Although we're just getting into the autumn months now, it might be time to start thinking about next summer: specifically the 2019 Glastonbury festival.
The folks behind the iconic music event have revealed that the first lot of tickets will be released on Thursday, October 4, (coach and ticket packages), with more coming out a few days afterwards on Sunday, October 7 (standard tickets).
Full weekend packages, covering Wednesday, June 26 to Monday, July 1, will cost £248 plus a £5 booking fee per ticket.
You can only get tickets through Glastonbury's official site, will need to upload a recent passport-style photo and can't sell your ticket onto someone else, although you can get a refund for it.
There are a lot of other details worth looking through if you are tempted to buy a ticket, so check out everything you need to know right here.
After a year off, who will be playing the festival's 49th year? Stormzy has teased that he could be performing, while Kylie Minogue has been rumoured by the tabloids to be headlining the Sunday Legends slot.
The 'Cherry Bomb' singer was meant to play there in 2005 as the first solo female headliner, but she was diagnosed with breast cancer. She has said in recent interviews that she would love to do a set at Worthy Farm.
And we would love to see that!