Stevie Wonder and Muse officially confirmed for Glastonbury
United Kingdom | 12 February 2010
Muse and Stevie Wonder have now been officially confirmed for this year's Glastonbury Festival which takes place from June 23 - 27, 2010 at Worthy Farm in Somerset.
As expected, Muse will headline the Saturday night (June 26th), while Motown legend and UK festival virgin Stevie Wonder will have the prestigious honour of closing The Pyramid Stage on the Sunday night.
Muse singer Matt Bellamy told the BBC he has special memories of the festival after headlining it in 2004.
He said: "When you go out to the countryside and look at some cows and breathe in some fresh air and watch some good music, I think everyone connects with something which has been missing from city life."
As previously announced, U2 are headlining the Friday night of Glastonbury in what will be their debut performance at the festival.
2010 marks the event's 40th anniversary. All 175,000 tickets are completely sold out. Keep it tuned to VF for more announcements over the coming weeks.
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