Could Glastonbury 2019 see a Pyramid Stage performance from “The Chief” aka Noel Gallagher?
Noel Gallagher has just dropped a massive “hint” to Glastonbury organisers saying he would definitely be up for taking to the Pyramid Stage next year.
Speaking to Talksport earlier today (Friday, October 5th ), The Oasis songwriter revealed that he would love to headline the Worthy Farm festival with his ‘High Flying Birds’, stating: “As long as it’s a Friday!”
Gallagher elaborated on the by saying he would not want the Sunday slot and much rather have the “Friday morning at 11 o’clock” – explaining that the reason being is so he could “get it out the way early, and enjoy the rest of the weekend”.
Watch the Talksport Glastonbury part of the interview below:
— Virgin Radio UK (@VirginRadioUK) October 5, 2018
Noel is well known for his love and support for Glastonbury Festival, attending as a punter whenever he can.
Looking back to Glastonbury 2017 The Chief wasn’t actually booked to perform at that year’s festival, rather, was at the festival as part of a special Q&A ahead of the latest Oasis documentary ‘Supersonic’ screening, which took place on the Friday night (June 23, 2017).
That year saw both brothers Noel and Liam Gallagher performed the Oasis anthemic song ‘Don’t Look Back in Anger’ at separate times, and by doing so opening everyone’s appetite even more for the long-awaited reunion to happen.