Glastonbury is the biggest festival the year, bringing together the best musical artists in the world.
2017 promises to be no different, as some sensational artists have already been tipped to perform with Ed Sheeran confirming that he'll be playing Sunday night's headline Pyramid Stage slot.
Ed confirmed the news on Instagram on the first day his Divide World Tour.
"Hello from Turin," the "Shape You" singer said. "I'm headlining Glastonbury on the Sunday night which is awesome."
Ticket holders and re-sale hopefuls alike, here's what you need to know about the music event the year.
Who else is headlining?
Foo Fighters were confirmed to headline the Saturday night Pyramid Stage slot by Glasto organiser Michael Eavis ahead their surprise gig at Cheese and Grain festival in Frome, Somerset.
They were meant to play a few years earlier but Dave Grohl's injured leg prevented him from performing.
Other rumoured acts?
Lady Gaga, Guns N' Roses, Radiohead, and Rihanna are just some the favourites.
Glastonbury festival tickets go on sale in batches leading up to the actual event.
The first batch tickets went on sale on Thursday October 6, 2016.