London, Feb 15 : The shelf life of Glastonbury's music festival will finally expire with this year's bash, say reports.
Emily Eavis, the daughter of Michael Eavis, who has helped her father to run the event for the past eight years, has raised doubts about the future of the Glastonbury Festival.
She said that they were treating the 38th festival this year, which will be headlined by Jay-Z, a rapper, as though it were the last.
She told the Orange World website that over Christmas they had questioned the long-term future of the festival.
"We should ply everything into this year as if it's the last," Mirror quoted her, as saying.
"It would be nice to think that it could go on for ever but I don't know if that's possible," she added.