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Oh, rumours, rumours – the build up to the annual Glasto wouldn’t be the same without the perpetual speculation of who will be headlining, and so far this year we’ve had rumours of Abba and Prince as well as U2, Kylie and Coldplay (so no change there then).
Now, it’s the turn of those gnarly old codgers, The Rolling Stones. Ronnie Wood has recently told The Metro magazine that he thinks it’s high time the infamous band re-grouped to perform at Glastonbury, claiming that he ‘would love to’ play the festival.
Despite being tipped for the top spot on the Pyramid stage for virtually every year in the 40 years it has been going, The Stones have yet to make it to the world’s greatest music festival.
According to Emily Eavis’ Twitter page, all three headliners have now been confirmed and will be announced in the spring.
With tickets sold out, it’s going to be tough on Stones fans who will miss out on seeing a legendary performance such as this. Keep watching Glastonbury People for more updates.