Glastonbury 2014 lineup rumours escalate
THE Glastonbury Festival line up rumour mill is still in overdrive following the record-breaking ticket sell-out on Sunday.
Headline favourites still include Fleetwood Mac and Daft Punk, but some new acts have been thrown into the mix.
Festival guide eFestivals has added AC/DC, Oasis, Prince and Arcade Fire to their suggestions.
According to DigitalSpy , Fleetwood Mac have been strongly linked to a headline slot at the festival and recently confirmed that they had turned down an appearance this year due to touring commitments.
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Mick Fleetwood said of the band being a future headliner: "I hope so, I would love that. We were asked to do Glastonbury this year and hopefully they'll ask us again."
New rumours of AC/DC, Prince and Arcade Fire are fuelled by a revelation from organiser Michael Eavis. He said the three headline acts are bands that haven’t played Glastonbury before.
Mr Eavis revealed to us here at Mid Somerset News and Media who he thinks the biggest five bands are in the world that haven’t played at Glastonbury Festival. Who do you think they are?