Michael Eavis says he’ll hold a Glastonbury festival next year if a certain band re-forms

He's not telling us who, though.
Michael Eavis may put on a Glastonbury festival next year, on one condition.

2018 is set to be a fallow year for the event, to allow Worthy Farm to recover from hosting hundreds of thousands of people. However, speaking to the Guardian, Eavis revealed he was “already regretting” the decision.

However, he added “there’s one band I want to re-form – if they re-form, I’ll change my mind.”

He didn’t expand on who that was, though he did qualify “it’s not One Direction.”

Obviously our Michael is as big of a Girls Aloud fan as the rest of us. Keep the dream alive!

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