Unconfirmed reports are indicating that the iconic band may be set to headline Glastonbury Festival next year
With Glastonbury 2019 not even opening its gates yet – the rumour-mill for who will play Glastonbury 2020 has already started to spin.
Aperantly, Fleetwood Mac‘s frontman Mick Fleetwood has given the strongest hint yet that the band will finally grace Worthy Farm.
The iconic band are on tour and are currently playing London’s Wembley Stadium – The unverified reports from fans of the band attending the London gig indicate that Mick Fleetwood said that the band still have a “big field to play…” and mentioned a festival.
— jade louise (@Jade_spade_) June 16, 2019
He said we still have a big field to play. . . And mentioned a festival. 100% glasto confirmed
— jade louise (@Jade_spade_) 16 June 2019
No strangers to the annual Glasto rumour-mill, 2019 looked certain to be the year the Rock titans would finally take to the Pyramid Stage, having announced a set of shows in the UK that would’ve aligned perfectly with Glastonbury’s return. As it turned out, Glastonbury organiser Emily Eavis ruled out an appearance from the band prior to the appointments from Stormzy, The Cure and The Killers for this year’s Glastonbury Festival.
In a recent interview Fleetwood Mac admitted that they would “burn in hell” if they didn’t get the chance to headline Glastonbury.
Glastonbury 2020 will take place at Worthy Farm, Pilton, Somerset with the expected dates (still to be confirmed) from Wednesday 24th to Sunday 28th June with tickets expected to go on sale in early October.