Orbital's Other Stage show at Glastonbury 1994 is, for many, regarded as one of the most memorable performances the event has ever seen, and now the dance duo have a chance to rewrite history, confirming they'll return there again this year.
The Hartnoll brothers will bring the arena to a close on the Sunday (27 June) night, marking the festival’s 40th anniversary with a show that’s likely to include a selection of their biggest hits including ‘Chime’ and ‘Belfast’.
Speaking about their appearance, one half of the group, Paul Hartnoll, said: ”Getting Orbital back together was like a second chance at life. Closing the Other Stage at Glastonbury is like coming home for a massive party.”
The group are also due for shows at the Isle of Wight Festival, Guilfest, Glade and Coachella.
U2, Muse and Stevie Wonder will headline this year's event with many more to be announced in the coming weeks.
Glastonbury Festival 2010 will take place on Worthy Farm, Somerset, from 23-27 June.
Tickets to the event are currently sold out, however festival chiefs will be announcing details of the resale of cancelled tickets soon.