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Official organisers have confirmed that Glastonbury Festival will next take place between 26th – 30th June 2019. The event will take its traditional break in 2018 to allow the land to recover. Currently there are no line-up rumours for the … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
The Killers and Kings of Leon have been added to the Glastonbury Festival 2017 rumours list after both announced European tour dates on the same weekend at the Somerset Bash.
Diana Ross could perform at Glastonbury Festival 2017 it has emerged this week. Bee Gee’s member Barry Gibb announced that the Detroit singer will take the Legends slot at the 2017 festival at the O2 Silver Clef Awards on Friday: “Next year it’s Diana … Continue reading
Embed from Getty Images Depeche Mode have sparked rumours that they could be appearing at Glastonbury Festival 2017 after they confirmed a new album and European tour. The electronic band will release their latest album ‘Spirt’ early in 2017 and … Continue reading
Embed from Getty Images Ladbrokes have put Radiohead as favourites to headline Glastonbury Festival 2017, with odds of 4/6 for the band to take a slot on any evening. The company have also listed Guns N’ Roses at a 6/4 to … Continue reading
Coach tickets for Glastonbury Festival 2017 went on sale yesterday (06/10/16) and sold out in just 23 minutes. It is thought about 15,000 tickets were purchased by fans in total. Seetickets, the official seller announced that all the tickets had … Continue reading
Embed from Getty Images More acts have been added to our Glastonbury Festival Rumours page. Lady Gaga, Green Day, Kraftwerk and Daft Punk have all earned a place thanks to a series of tip-offs and gossip over the last few weeks.
Embed from Getty Images Tickets for Glastonbury Festival 2017 will first go on sale on the 6th and 9th October 2016. Officials at Glastonbury confirmed the news today on their Facebook page.
Rumours of Glastonbury relocating for the 2018 year have emerged this week. The festival takes a break every five years to help the land recover for the livestock at Worthy Farm, however Eavis has hinted that the next break year could instead … Continue reading