Michael Eavis has announced an extension to the Glastonbury registration deadline - instead of closing tonight, it's going to be pushed back to the fifth.
Numbers had picked up to the point where some 260,000 people had registered by this morning, and were apparently still coming in at 1,500 an hour - although, presumably, not round the clock.
At least it's a bigger figure than the number of tickets available. This seems to have given some peace of mind to Eavis, who told the BBC:
"People have taken it all very well because it does seem like you have to go through a lot of obstacles to get to the festival. They could have said `it's not worth it'."