Mick Jagger has said he could take up the traditional accommodation at Glastonbury next month and set up camp for the weekend.
The Rolling Stones, Mumford & Sons and Arctic Monkeys will headline Glastonbury festival, but the many eclectic bands featured on all the festival ground stages should just about satisfy any music lover.
Primal Scream took to twitter to announce the good news like this:
— Primal Scream (@ScreamOfficial) March 27, 2013
If you haven’t already got a Glastonbury ticket, it is technically sold out, but there will be a re-sale of any cancelled tickets on 21st April 2013.
Registration has now reopened here https://glastonbury.seetickets.com/Registration/Register.
Click on the poster below to read the full lineup.
Glastonbury co-organiser Emily Eavis has rebuked what she calls ‘nonsense’ reports during the past few days which have linked the likes of Prince and Mariah Carey with headline spots at the already sold-out festival in June.
The Arctic Monkeys have signed up to headline the first night at this year’s Glastonbury festival, if one of The Sun’s army of ‘sources’ is to be believed.
Those without tickets for Glastonbury this year will for the first time be able to watch events unfold live across the event’s multiple stages as part of an expansion to the BBC’s online music coverage.
Sir Mick Jagger has appeared to give the clearest hint yet that The Rolling Stones will be playing Glastonbury this year.
Fleetwood Mac have added a handful of extra dates to their long North American tour, and in the process appear to have ruled out the chance of them headlining the 2013 Glastonbury festival.
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