As this year's Glastonbury Festival goers head home and the clean up begins, many will be thinking about getting tickets for next year - including those at home who caught it on TV.
The likes of Foo Fighters, Barry Gibb, The xx, Chic and Ed Sheeran played huge sets across the weekend to more than 135,000 people.
However thousands of music lovers will be disappointed to hear that there is not going to be a Glastonbury 2018.
That's because every few years Glastonbury has to take a fallow year and 2018 will be one of those times.
It's a necessity because so many guests attend the event annually that after a while the land simply needs two years to recover.
As a result the next festival at Worthy Farm will be in 2019.
The last time the festival had a fallow year was in 2012, following Beyonce's headline set.
But it was probably for the best as heavy rain pelted the grounds of Worthy Farm that year so festival goers thankfully missed out on a very muddy year.
You can still register for tickets for free on the Glastonbury website here in time for the festival's return.
The festival will return to Worthy Farm over the last week of June, during summer solstice in 2019.
What other festivals are there in 2018?
Alternatives to Glastonbury include Bestival, Latitude and Festival No. 6 which all have similar settings to the Worthy Farm event.
Although on a smaller scale you're likely to experience an eclectic mix of genres, performance art, fancy dress and glitter across the weekend.
Or if you'd prefer a more mainstream event then V Festival in Hydlands Park or Reading and Leeds Festivals boast headliners including Jay-Z, Pink, Eminem, Kasabian and Muse this year so you can expect them to book even bigger names in 2018 due to Glastonbury's break.
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