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Emily Eavis has hinted that there will be one more Glastonbury Festival 2019 line-up announcement before Christmas. Speaking recently the organiser said, “Obviously we’d love to have @liamgallagher, but nothing is ready to be announced quite yet. I reckon there’ll … Continue reading
The odds of Elton John taking a headline slot at Glastonbury Festival 2019 have been slashed this week after the John Lewis Christmas advert was released. The advert centers around the British pop legend and has sparked increasing speculation on … Continue reading
Emily Eavis has confirmed that Fleetwood Mac or Led Zeppelin will not headline Glastonbury Festival 2019. The organiser made the announcement at a recent talk in Taunton and it was posted on Twitter by unofficial Glastonbury account ‘The Glasto Thingy’. She … Continue reading
Emily Eavis has revealed that bookings are already being made for Glastonbury Festival 2019. Speaking recently, the daughter of original founder Michael Eavis said: “My husband Nick, he does most of the booking now, but me and my dad will … Continue reading
Emily Eavis has revealed that there is a ‘really big secret’ about Glastonbury Festival that she has kept under wraps. The headline acts have already been confirmed as Radiohead, Foo Fighters and Ed Sheeran along with a host of other … Continue reading
The Courteeners have responded to comments made by Emily Eavis, suggesting the band could one day headline Glastonbury Festival. In a recent interview with music magazine NME, Emily Eavis named the band as one that could top the bill in coming … Continue reading
Glastonbury have officially confirmed the finalists for the 2017 Emerging Talent Competition. The acts are: Flohio, Josh Barry, Lilith Ai, Lucas & King, Silences, Tyni, WOWH and Young Yizzy.
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 … Continue reading
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.