First Beyonce, now Coldplay, and months of speculation about who would headline Glastonbury this summer is over, leaving thousands of ticket holders disappointed.
Whilst the most popular English export since the Beatles have their own fans, many don’t feel they warrant a return to the big stage they already graced in 2005.
The band will headline the Pyramid Stage on Saturday 25th June and have always talked about their special relationship they have with the show.
Glastonbury organiser, Michael Eavis said, “Coldplay have played such a major part in the festival over the last 10 years or so.
“As their popularity grew around the world, I was so proud of them. This is the triumphant return of a band that everyone here feels part of. They’re one of the greatest phenomena to grow from these fields.”
Despite no knowing the line up, tickets for the famous event sold out months ago, and this summer’s festival goers will be hoping for good weather this time round.