Festival fans hoping to make it to Glastonbury Festival in 2014 have until 11.59pm tonight to register to tickets to next year's Westcountry event.
As in previous years, anyone hoping to attend must submit a passport photograph with their registration in an ongoing effort to crack down on ticket touts and make tickets more difficult to be sold on for profit. Visit the Glastonbury website for full details on registering for tickets. Festival goers who have registered in previous years do not need to re-register but do need to update their details.
Main ticket sales will open at 9am on Sunday 6 October, while coach packages will be available from Thursday 3 October at 6pm. For the first time in Glastonbury history, 15,000 coach and ticket deals will be available ahead of general ticket sales.
Fleetwood Mac are among the favourites for Glasto 2014
Glasto boss Michael Eavis has previously spoken out about next year's headliners, claiming that the acts have never headlined the event before and are 'pretty obvious'.
Speaking to BBC Newsbeat, Eavis said that this year's event would be 'hard to beat', but that he was already thinking about acts for Glastonbury 2015.
"I don't believe that we can top what we did this year, the weather was perfect," he said. "The Stones were absolutely brilliant, all the other stuff we're doing in the southeast corner was absolutely fantastic. I'm not going to say we can do it better 'cause we can't, that was the ultimate festival this year! Downhill all the way now. I've had 44 years of an incredible career and we're still milking the old cows as well."
Speaking about the acts he has lined up for next year's event, Eavis continued: "Pretty obvious isn't it? There aren't many left. It's the process of elimination isn't it? I think we've got three or four really good ones lined up for next year and we're sorting out 2015 as well. I take the liberty of booking the headliners myself."
Below: who could headline Glastonbury 2014?