Glastonbury Festival’s 50th anniversary will see “Pyramid-level headliners” lead the charge at the site’s Other Stage, organiser Emily Eavis has revealed.

Speaking to Radio 2’s Jo Whiley at BBC Music Introducing Live at London’s Tobacco Dock earlier today (31st October), Eavis also confirmed that two of the three Pyramid Stage headliners for 2020’s Glastonbury have now been booked, teasing “the two that we’ve booked have not done the festival before”.

Speaking ahead of this evening’s Guardian Live event in celebration of Glastonbury’s 50th birthday, Emily also shattered the dreams of some names ever appearing at Worthy Farm, saying the booking process is “not quite as easy as everybody thinks”, adding “in terms of people saying ‘Can’t you just get Led Zepplin?’ or ‘Why haven’t you asked Pink Floyd?’ You know, those kind of things which are just obviously never going to happen.”

Glastonbury Festival will run between 24-28th June 2020.

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