Muse, Stevie Wonder to headline Glastonbury?
United Kingdom | 02 February 2010
Michael Eavis has announced that Muse and Stevie Wonder will join U2 as headliners of this year's Glastonbury Festival, reports Event Magazine.
According to the publication’s website, the festival’s founder said that Matt Bellemy and Co will top the bill on the Saturday (26 June) before ‘Superstition’ star Wonder will bring the event to a close on the Sunday (27 June).
Eavis apparently revealed the acts whilst attending The Event Production Show in London, but reporters failed to supply a direct quote.
When we contacted Glastonbury Festival for more information, a spokesperson said: "The only people confirmed are U2 and Jack Johnson who are already on the website. It’s all rumours."
Other rumours for the event include Fatboy Slim, Spandau Ballet, Dizzee Rascal, MGMT and Julian Casablancas.
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Glastonbury Festival 2010 will take place on Worthy Farm, Somerset, from 23-27 June.
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