A headliner is already booked for next year's Glastonbury, organisers have revealed.
Festival boss, Michael Eavis has already secured a ‘really amazing’ bill topper for the event which will celebrate its 40th anniversary in 2010.
Speaking to Teletext Planet Sound, Eavis said: "I've booked the Friday headliner after talking to someone's agent an hour ago. It's the 40th anniversary in 2010, and we're also hoping to seal a really amazing anniversary headliner soon."
The festival chief refused to confirm that Blur and Neil Young will join Bruce Springsteen And The E-Street Band as headliners for this year’s festival.
Glastonbury Festival 2009 will take place at Worthy Farm, Pilton in Somerset from 24-28 June.
Tickets for the event have sold out but there will be a limited number of returned tickets on sale from 5 April, but those wishing to buy returns must register by 31 March.
The festival won the Best UK Major Award at last year's 2008 UK Festival Awards.