It's 'Alright' - Supergrass replace Libertines at Glastonbury.
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13 June 2004
The veteran Oxford rockers will continue their ten year anniversary celebrations by filling the Sunday slot on the Pyramid
Stage - made vacant recently by Pete Doherty's rehab quest to Thailand.
Supergrass have been confirmed
to play third from top of the bill (at around 7.15pm) on the closing night.
They now precede Morrissey
and Muse - following the not-so-shock announcement last week that the Libertines were cancelling
all their June festival dates, which also included the Isle of Wight and Meltdown.
here for the full Glastonbury line-up.
The Libertines have apparently put everything on hold while
Doherty tries to beat his well-documented drug addiction at the Thamkrabok Monastry in Thailand.
But, according to
reports, Doherty has already skipped the centre's harsh regime (beatings with bamboo sticks are apparently the norm!) and
he is now holed up in a hotel in Bangkok.
The Glastonbury Festival 2004 takes place between June
25-27 at Worthy Farm, Pilton.