Glastonbury wants more teenagers
Glastonbury organiser Micheal Eavis has announced changes to the way tickets for next year's festival are sold in a bid to attract younger fans.
Around 40% of tickets will now be allocated for people who book over the telephone.
The move is aimed to attract more teenagers who have mobile phones but might not have fast internet connections.
Eavis told BBC Somerset Sound that this year's Glastonbury was noticeably short of about 30,000 - 40,000 teenagers as older people with faster internet access had bought up the tickets.