Glastonbury Festival organiser Emily Eavis gave a talk at Cheltenham Literature Festival yesterday to promote 'Glastonbury 50: The Official Story of Glastonbury Festival' - available to buy from 31st October and available to pre-order now - and ruled out a few bands for next year's Festival.
For most people it's probably not a surprise that Led Zeppelin won't be playing; they don't exist. It doesn't stop the rumour coming round again, and again, and again, though.
More of a surprise to some is that she also said Fleetwood Mac wouldn't be playing. However that didn't really look on the cards for next year as they wrap up their current tour at the end of this year and a one-off show always seemed unlikely. eFestivals was told around six months ago that Fleetwood Mac are likely to play "within 5 years".
The first act for next year's Glastonbury Festival was officially revealed last week with the news that Diana Ross will play the legend's slot on the main Pyramid Stage on the Sunday. The full line-up is expected to be revealed in April, although there may be a small number of acts revealed before then.
For rumours of who might be - but might not be - playing as we get them keep your eyes on our Glastonbury Festival 2020 rumours page.
Glastonbury Festival 2020 will take place from Wednesday 24th to Sunday 28th June 2020 at Worthy Farm, Pilton, Somerset. Tickets are sold out.
There will be a resale of entrance/coach tickets on Thursday 16th April 2020, and a resale of entrance tickets on Sunday 19th April 2020. Campervan/caravan tickets, tipis and pre-erected accommodation are expected on sale later in October (dates to be announced).
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