Many of us have travelled over to Somerset in the UK to attend the Glastonbury Festival – or 'Glasto' as most of us call it.
Through the years it has been renowned for having legendary acts and star-studded line-ups.
According to Somerset Live, the music festival is changing its name when it moves to a new venue after it's 2018 gigs.
The owner and creator of the festival, Michael Eavis, shared the news during a radio interview today, and acknowledged that he's taking a "massive risk" changing the name and the location.
So, when it moves away from Somerset, it'll be re-named The Variety Bazaar.
However, now Emily Eavis, the daughter of Michael has announced that The Variety Bazaar will be a completely different festival – separate from Glastonbury, which will resume in Somerset in 2020.
Lads, they're just making things awkward for us…