The headliners for Glastonbury 2014 have already been chosen less than a week after this year’s outing drew to a close, reports say.
Festival guide and rumour-mill specialists, eFestivals say that organiser Michael Eavis has already picked who he envisions topping the Pyramid Stage bill this time next year and those three acts are none other than the world touring Fleetwood Mac, newly-revitalised Depeche Mode and Guy Garvey’s Elbow.
Eavis will wait until the autumn to make the bands put pen to paper, the website says, but he’s rumoured to be pretty adamant on the selection.
The complete report reads:
“Whether these two acts will headline Glastonbury 2014 we cannot tell you with any certainty, because our understanding is that nothing has been contracted as yet and things often change in the months that pass between a loose verbal agreement and signed contracts (normally in the Autumn) … but we’re about as certain as we ever get that Elbow, Fleetwood Mac, and Depeche Mode are the three bands Michael Eavis was referring to many months ago when he said he had the 2014 headliners sorted.”
Glastonbury runs next year from 25-29 June at its annual home of Worthy Farm. Until rumour becomes fact, check out a selection of bookies odds on who could make it to Glasto ’14 here.