Anyone who has ever attended a music festival is well aware that the grounds in which they are held on often take a beating from days of people, trash and questionable weather. Glastonbury, in England, has tried to combat this by taking a break every five years -- though it appears that may not be enough.
Festival founder Michael Eavis recently told BBC the festival may move come 2019 to allow the land (which happens to be his own farm) to recover. "We've got a wonderful product what we do and we can do it almost anywhere," Eavis said. "I love my own farm," he continued, "[but] I might have to move it eventually."