The BBC has penned a new broadcasting partnership with Glastonbury Festival, extending its coverage of the annual event until at least 2022.
“We have worked closely with a fantastic team at the BBC since 1997, it has become an integral part of what we do at Glastonbury,” Emily Eavis said.
Emily Eavis has confirmed that Glastonbury Festival will remain at Worthy Farm for at least another 17 years.
The farm in Pilton has been the spiritual home of the festival since it was founded back in September 1970.
A further two acts have been confirmed for Glastonbury Festival 2017.
Emily Eavis revealed that both Blossoms and Julia Jacklin will be added to the bill in an exclusive interview with music magazine NME.
Official organisers of Glastonbury Festival 2017 have confirmed the first wave of acts.
As well as the already known headline acts (Radiohead, Foo Fighters and Ed Sheeran) a host of other names have now been added to the bill which runs from the 21st – 25th June.
Organisers of Glastonbury Festival 2017 have confirmed that the full line-up will be confirmed this week.
So far only the headline acts have been named which are Radiohead, Foo Fighters and Ed Sheeran.
Country legend Kris Kristofferson has also been officially confirmed.
Emily Eavis announced the news via Twitter.
When asked if the line-up would be confirmed before the rest of the ticket money had to be paid off, she simply replied, “yes”. Check through the replies on this post – #
Stay tuned for more announcements this week!
Pop sensation, Ed Sheeran has confirmed himself as the final headline act for Glastonbury Festival 2017.
The singer/songwriter will take the Sunday slot at this year’s bash. He joins both Radiohead and Foo Fighters on the iconic Pyramid Stage.
After much speculation, The Foo Fighters have confirmed they will headline Glastonbury Festival 2017.
The American rock band who feature former Nirvana drummer,Dave Grohl as front-man join Radiohead as the second headline act to be confirmed for the festival
Glastonbury has won ‘Best Festival’ at the NME awards for the fourth year in a row.
The win, which was handed to Michael and Emily Eavis last night in London takes the total tally up to 14.
Wiley has suggested that he will make an appearance at Glastonbury Festival 2017 via Twitter.
The Grime artists posted a series of Tweets about the festival including the following:
“Rain or shine this year at Glastonbury is gonna be amazing because now I understand the real meaning of a #Festival #LetsGo”.
Biffy Clyro have revealed that headlining Glastonbury Festival would be “ticking the biggest box ever”.
The band have headlined numerous festivals in the UK including Reading/Leeds, T in the Park and V Festival and feel they would be a good fit for Worthy Farm.
Speaking to NME, front-man Simon Neil said, “I definitely think we could do it. It would be the biggest box ticked ever”.
Meanwhile, Radiohead are the only confirmed act for Glastonbury Festival 2017, with Wiley and Kris Kristofferson recently self-confirming.
Stay tuned for more Glastonbury updates in the coming weeks.