Following earlier reports, Kylie Minogue has now been confirmed to finally light up the Pyramid Stage at 2019’s Glastonbury Festival.
Revealed to play in the coveted tea-time ‘Legends’ slot on 30th June, Minogue will follow in a long-line of big name stars who have performed at the 4pm show, including the likes of Dolly Parton, Lionel Richie, Tony Bennett and Dame Shirley Bassey. The singer’s appearance will mark only the second Worthy Farm outing for the star, having previously appeared onstage with The Scissor Sisters in 2010. Kylie had previously been scheduled to headline Glastonbury back in 2005 but had to cancel her appearance following her cancer diagnosis.
Story developing. Glastonbury officials confirmed the news via their socials moments ago (see below):
We are delighted to announce that Kylie is finally bringing her show to Glastonbury. She'll play the legendary Sunday afternoon slot at next year's Festival. And we cannot wait. pic.twitter.com/sTAqOUvN0i
— Glastonbury Festival (@GlastoFest) December 19, 2018