Emily Eavis has spoken about the future of Glastonbury ahead of the festival’s forthcoming ‘fallow year’ break.

Sitting down with NME over the weekend, the Glastonbury curator spoke of the success of Saturday’s Pyramid Stage appearance by Jeremy Corbyn, whilst also giving teases about the upcoming break and beyond.

During the interview, Emily also confirmed that “a couple of bands” have already been booked for Glastonbury’s 50th anniversary celebrations in 2020, before informing that three different sites have been shortlisted for 2021’s new Variety Bazaar.

Eavis then closed by congratulating one of the most successful acts of the weekend, saying “Stormzy will have to headline one day – he was phenomenal last night”.

Catch the full interview below: