Following their appearance on the initial line-up poster back in March, Bastille have confirmed they will be playing the Pyramid Stage for the first time when they return to Glastonbury Festival this summer.
Marking their first appearance at the festival since 2016’s show on The Other Stage, Bastille’s Dan Smith confirmed the Pyramid Stage news during a recent chat with BBC Music’s Mark Savage.
During his interview, where Smith also spoke about the band’s upcoming album ‘Doom Days’, the singer revealed that Lauryn Hill, who was originally speculated to perform on West Holts, will indeed be following Bastille on the main stage. Both acts will take to the stage on Friday, 28th June, ahead of Stormzy’s headline show. “We’re trying to put together a show that’s quite different and interesting and fun for people to watch” said Dan, adding “If we’re playing [the Pyramid Stage], we’re going to do it properly. But I’m also really excited about it being over so I can watch Lauryn Hill, who’s on after us, and then Stormzy – which is going to be something else.”
Glastonbury resale coach passes sold out within 25 minutes on Thursday, with a limited number of general-release tickets set to go onsale this coming Sunday, 28th April.