Emily Eavis has given further glimpses of 2019’s Glastonbury Festival, alongside the site’s 50th anniversary the following year.

First up, Eavis has confirmed that Glastonbury’s Block 9 will expand for 2019. Speaking to NME regarding Glastonbury’s return after 2018’s fallow year, Eavis teased some gradual tweaks to the site – “We’re spreading out Block 9 a bit” she said, adding “[we’re] giving them more space as they’ve got some pretty mind boggling ideas that we’re putting into action”.

Alongside Block 9, which is nestled in Worthy Farm’s south-east ‘naughty corner’, Emily also confirmed more developments – “We’ve been chatting to Arcadia about doing something quite radical in that field – they’ve come up with some inspired plans. It’s best kept under wraps, but it’s certainly raising the bar!”

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The same interview also revealed that headliners for Glastonbury 2020, the festival’s 50th anniversary, are also nearly close to being finalised – “We have two lined up and a few ideas for the Sunday teatime slot too – that’s the new fourth headline slot”.

Glastonbury Festival returns to Worthy Farm on from 26-30th June 2019; Mike Pickering’s Hacienda Classical are the sole act confirmed for 2019 so far, after Pickering revealed the news on Radio X back in December.