I've got a day off today so I thought I'd round up all the rumours across the internet. I'll keep it short and concise. I will keep it to the main rumours/rumours for acts taking high slots. Confirmed/Self Confirmed:
Taylor Swift - European festival tour in June 2020. No UK date. Playing Norway on the Friday of Glasto. Judging by the structure of her touring dates she will probably be the Sunday headliner. Also bookies favourite.
Foals - June tour. New album. Played a secret set in 2019. Have expressed many times that they want to return. Will they headline or not is the only question.
Thom Yorke - European festival tougeneral tour. The dates line up for him to make an appearance at the farm.
Paul McCartney - Was strongly rumoured for 2019. Has expressed interest in doing the 50th anniversary. Is there something to him being a bookie favourite, or is it just a standard annual rumour at this point?
Kendrick Lamar - In the past week has become a bookie favourite. No media coverage to instigate this development. Is this a result of insider betting? Regardless he has a new album in the pipeline and without a doubt a tour to coincide. https://twitter.com/Oddschangestatus/1186597836315676674
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds - A Glastonbury favourite. Tour dates shape up for another appearance.
Dua Lipa - Announcing her return to music in the next couple days. Nothing to rule her in... nothing to rule her out... but it's foreseeable she might be there.
Liam Gallagher - He said he wants to play again. Could be a safe shout for a secret set somewhere.
Lana Del Rey - NFR was a big hit. She hasn't played since 2014 and I imagine a lot of festival-goers would want her back. However, nothing at this stage to indicate she's actually booked.
Aerosmith - Have randomly shot up in the bookies without any media provocation. Perhaps due to insider betting?
The Prodigy - Plans to tour despite the death of Keith. They were booked for 2019 before Keith's tragic passing.
Coldplay - Double album in the works. First is believed to have a release date of November 22nd. They are supposedly in the mix for June Euro festivals. 2016 and 2020 might be too close to return, but stranger things have happened!
The 1975 - Rumoured but not much to say they have been asked. Would probably immediately accept if they were approached. New album off the back of their Reading and Leeds headline set - they are also playing Hurricane festival the week before.
The Rolling Stones - Nothing to rule them in or out. Activity expected next year.
Blur - Nothing to rule them in or out. No activity expected next year but they are friends of the festival.
Madonna - Nothing to rule her in or out. Activity expected next year.
Pearl Jam - Touring Europe next summer but nothing to rule them in or out yet. Someone who claims to be an inside source has said that the only UK date on the tour is in July (however this could be bogus news).
Bruce Springsteen - Nothing to rule him in or out. Activity (apparently) scheduled for next summer.
Twenty One Pilots - Playing Hurricane the week before. Nothing to indicate Glastonbury would book them. Nothing to indicate Glastonbury wouldn't.
Catfish and the Bottlemen - Nothing to suggest either in or out. Activity expected next year.
Depeche Mode - Nothing to suggest either in or out. Not sure if any activity is expected next year.
Don't Expect/Not impossible but not likely.
Travis Scott - Yes he is going to be playing a lot of festivals next year, but don't expect one of them to be Glastonbury. He is highly rumoured for Reading and Leeds. Unlikely he would make a trip over to Europe in both early and late Summer.
The Strokes - Same as above, apparently they are doing Reading and Leeds.
Ariana Grande - Told a fan on Instagram that she has no plans to tour in 2020.
Biffy Clyro - In a recent interview, Simon said that they have not been asked to play. Could be asked later down the line?
Kasabian - Solstice gig the week before is their only UK Show. Things could change. They might play a secret set, but don't expect them at the top of the pyramid.
Green Day / Weezer / Fall Out Boy - The Tour dates of the Hella Mega tour make it very difficult for them to play.
I understand there are a lot of people who will love the fact she's headlining. Music is a form of personal expression and opinion, so heck even if your mates' garage band got the spot, there's equally be people buzzing for it, and those hating it. Anyway, my point is - this article shows her own fans don't know what glastonbury is! Clearly she is not the right act for the audience of Glastonbury?! How she can stand alongside Paul McCartney as a headliner is beyond me. Debate. https://www.glastofestfeed.com/latest/news/taylor-swift-fans-glastonbury-2020-announcement/
Hey guys! First off, sorry for not recording the charity pledges as of late-me and Mawty have both been very busy with finals, but you guys will get your end of the deal, I promise. Anyway, without further ado, let's get into our band of the week-Arctic Monkeys! About Them Arctic Monkeys are an English rock band formed in 2002 in High Green, a suburb of Sheffield. The band consists of Alex Turner (lead vocals, rhythm/lead guitar), Matt Helders (drums, vocals), Jamie Cook (lead/rhythm guitar) and Nick O'Malley (bass, backing vocals). Former band member Andy Nicholson (bass guitar, backing vocals) left the band in 2006 shortly after their debut album was released. They have released six studio albums: Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not (2006), Favourite Worst Nightmare (2007), Humbug (2009), Suck It and See (2011), AM (2013), and Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino (2018), as well as one live album, At the Apollo (2008). Their debut album is the fastest-selling debut album by a band in UK chart history, and in 2013, Rolling Stone ranked it the 30th-greatest debut album. The band has won seven Brit Awards – winning both Best British Group and Best British Album three times, and have been nominated for three Grammy Awards. They also won the Mercury Prize in 2006 for their debut album, in addition to receiving nominations in 2007 and 2013. The band have headlined at the Glastonbury Festival twice, in 2007 and again in 2013. Arctic Monkeys were heralded as one of the first bands to come to public attention via the Internet, with commentators suggesting they represented the possibility of a change in the way in which new bands are promoted and marketed. Links to QOTSA Arctic Monkeys and QOTSA are very intertwined bands. Josh Homme produced their 3rd full length LP, Humbug, at the Rancho De La Luna in Joshua Tree, along with providing backing vocals to the songs All My Own Stunts off Suck It And See, and One For The Road and Knee Socks off their album AM. Homme and Monkeys frontman Alex Turner are also friends outside of their music-Turner has appeared on Homme's Apple Music podcast The Alligator Hour and according to Turner, him and Homme frequently ride motorcycles together. Their Music I Bet You Look Good On The Dancefloor Brianstorm Joining The Dots Black Treacle Knee Socks Four Out Of Five Show Them Some Love! https://www.reddit.com/arcticmonkeys
Moreso than in years past, it seems like there hasn't been enough chatter about the Headliners. You have 2 weeks left... if all three aren't on your playlists, please consider adding them. Here's a case for all three:
U2 has the pieces required to give us an all-time great Bonnaroo show.
This is the highest grossing live act of all time and it isn't close (Rolling Stones #2, Roger Waters #3).... and this is their FIRST TIME HEADLINING A US FESTIVAL. This could legitimately be the greatest show in Bonnaroo history... and if it isn't, it'll still be legendary.
I honestly think the biggest 'X' Factor is... whether or not Roovians bring a crowd energy commensurate with the performance.
The Weeknd is getting written off by far too many.
It is a massive departure to have the 'energy' headliner on a Sunday night... something that has arguably never been done at the festival.
So far this tour, reviews have been overwhelmingly positive.... and with Travis Scott playing just beforehand on the Which, a cameo seems likely... I'd be willing to bet we see at least one more as well.
His Lolla Brasil set this year was spot on and got an overflow festival crowd beyond anything I've seen at Roo: Full HD Set on Youtube
Drug use In June 2006, newspaper allegations of crack cocaine use resulted in Charles being suspended from both Coronation Street and BBC Radio 6 Music. In August, Charles was arrested and released on bail pending further enquiries, and in September he accepted a caution for possession of a Class A drug. Charles returned to hosting his 6 Music show from November 2006 and filming Coronation Street from January 2007. Credits  Filmography Year Title Role Notes (early 1980s) Riverside Resident poet Arts review programme (early 1980s) Pebble Mill at One Resident poet Daily magazine show. Performed in front of Princess Anne 1984 Lift Off Himself—interviewee Documentary 1985 Black on Black Resident poet Channel 4's first multicultural programme. Including the poem "Halt" 1985–1987 Saturday Live Himself—stand up Live poetry stand-up comedy. Series 1: VHS (1986), DVD (2007). Series 2: VHS (1987), DVD (2008) 1986 Club Mix Resident poet Entertainment-based successor to Black on Black 1986 Red Wedge Himself Stand-up comedy tour 1986 Edinburgh Festival Fringe Himself—poet August 1986–87 Wogan Himself—poet Chat show. Co-hosted and performed weekly topical poem on current affairs 1987 Business as Usual Eddie Drama feature film. VHS (1988) 1987 Craig Charles Himself—stand up Poetry at Assembly Rooms, Edinburgh Festival Fringe, 7–29 August 1987 Video View Himself—presenter TV series 1987 Night Network Himself—presenter 1987 The Marksman McFadden TV drama miniseries, wrote opening poem and played a murderer, aired December 1988 Open Air Himself—interviewee Aired 23 February 1988 Craig Goes Mad in Melbourne Himself—host Behind the scenes at the International Comedy Festival, 1–11 June 1988 TOR! Total Football Himself—presenter Introducing highlights in official film of European Football Championships 1988–99, 2009, 2012, 2016-Present Red Dwarf Dave Lister Has appeared in all 73 episodes over 12 series 1989 Daytime Live Himself—interviewee Aired 6 January 1989 Teechers Multiple characters John Godber stage play 1989 Star Test: Craig Charles Himself—interviewee Interviewed by a computer on chat show, aired 18 April 1989 Dogs of War Voiceover 3D computer video game. Voiced story speech and one character 1989 What's That Noise? Himself—host Children's music show 1991 Comic Relief Dave Lister Short television film 1991 Them and Us Himself—host Consumer rights series 1991 You Bet Himself—contestant Celebrity game show 1992 The Last Cigarette Himself Encouraging giving up smoking, aired 8 March 1992 Open to Question Himself—interviewee Audience questions from young people on topical issues, 23 March 1992 Parallel 9 Himself Children's magazine show. Including episode 1.13, aired 18 July 1992 Weather Watch Himself—presenter Educational TV series investigating different aspect of the weather 1992 Wogan Himself Chat show, 23 October 1992 Ghostwatch Himself—reporter Drama, aired 31 October (Halloween). DVD (2002) 1993 That's Showbusiness Himself—contestant Quiz show, BBC1, aired 2 February 1993 Cyberzone Himself—host All 10 episodes of the world's first virtual reality game show 1993 Cyberpunks and Technophobes Himself TV series 1993 A Word in Your Ear Himself—contestant Game show, BBC1 1993 Super Mario All Stars Himself—presenter Nintendo video game on VHS 1993 Dinosaurs: The Myths & The Reality Himself—narrator Animated documentary. VHS (1993), DVD (2006) 1993 Prince Cinders Zipper the Cat Voice of character in animated film of Babette Cole's book. VHS (1993), DVD (2007) 1993 Telly Addicts Himself—contestant Aired 13 September and 29 December 1993 Pebble Mill Himself—interviewee Performed song, 29 October 1993 Funny Stories Himself—voice Audiobook anthology of stories for children 1993 The Big Breakfast Himself—guest presenter Magazine show 1994 Go Getters Himself—host Children's programme 1994 The Easter Stories Judas Iscariot Drama series. Episode: "Judas' Tale" 1994 Batchelors Mushy Peas Himself—voiceover TV Commercial 1994 Asterix Conquers America Asterix (voice) Animated feature film, English language version 1994 The Word Himself—interviewee Late night magazine show 1994 Red Dwarf: Smeg Ups Dave Lister Video release (archive footage) 1994 Big Break in Wonderland Himself—contestant Charity Christmas special of snooker competition, aired 27 December 1995 Red Dwarf: Smeg Outs Dave Lister Video release (new and archive footage) 1995 Breakfast with Frost Himself—guest Chat show with Sir David Frost, 5 March 1995 May the 4 Be with You Himself—presenter "Starburst Vol. 2" VHS (1996) 1995 Craig Charles: Live on Earth! Himself—stand up VHS video release of live stand-up comedy stage show. Also co-producer 1995 Just a Minute Himself—contestant TV version of radio panel game, 21 July 1995 Beam Me Up Scotty! Himself—presenter Aired 26 August 1995 The Bill Martin Bailey Episode: "Honey Pot", 31 October 1995 Have I Got News for You Himself—contestant Guest panelist on satire quiz show. Series 10, episode 7, 8 December 1996 Craig Charles Live Official Bootleg Himself VHS video documentary of stand-up show 1996 They Think It's All Over Himself—contestant Series 2, episode 3, aired 26 March 1996 The Governor Eugene Buffy Drama from Lynda La Plante. All 6 episodes of series 2. DVD (2012) 1996 Cyberspace Himself—narrator TV series 1996 The 10 Percenters Bobby Titan Episode: "Revenge" playing a rap singer 1997 The Big Breakfast Himself—guest Aired 6 January 1997 Night Fever Himself—contestant Pop music quiz including singing 1997 Captain Butler Captain Butler All 6 episodes 1997 Bully: Ha Bloody Ha Himself—interviewee Educational show discussing celebrities' memories of school bullies, aired 28 August 1997 Pulling Power Himself—guest Motoring show, aired 24 September 1997 Space Cadets Team captain Comedy sci-fi quiz, all 10 episodes 1997 Funky Bunker Himself—host Late night chat show. 13 episodes. Also co-writer 1997 The National Lottery Live Himself—presenter Opened the draw, 5 November 1997 English Express Language Skills Himself—presenter Schools education series 1997–98 Dick Whittington and His Wonderful Cat Idle Jack Pantomime stage play 1998 Can't Smeg, Won't Smeg Dave Lister—contestant Special edition of Can't Cook, Won't Cook, aired 14 February 1998 Universe Challenge Himself—contestant Special Red Dwarf edition of University Challenge, aired 14 February 1998 Children in Need Dave Lister Red Dwarf short episode 1998 The Selfish Crocodile Narrator Audiobook edition of children's book 1998 Fully Booked Himself—interviewee Magazine show 1998–2004 Robot Wars Himself—host Series 2–7 (after replacing Jeremy Clarkson) 1999–2000 Ripley's Believe It or Not! Himself—host UK presenter 1999 The Colour of Funny Keith Dennis Short comedy film 2000 Craig Charles: Sickbag Himself VHS video release of live stand-up comedy show 2000 Craig Charles and His Band Himself Edinburgh Festival, August. Recording album Giving You The Eye 2000 Jailbreak Himself—host Reality challenge show 2001 Top Ten TV Sci-Fi Himself—interviewee Documentary 2001 Porridge Selection Box Himself Worldwide VHS video release. Introduced clips 2001 Lexx The Warden Canadian sci-fi series. Episode: "P4X" Hattie Hayridge from Red Dwarf as his wife. Series 4, Vol. 1 DVD (2001) 2001 Don't Walk Narrator (voice) Short film 2001 Amazing Space: The Pub Guide to the Universe Himself—host Discussion series with guest experts on space related topics 2002 EastEnders: Ricky and Bianca Vince EastEnders spin-off drama, aired 20 May 2002 The Saturday Show Himself—interviewee Magazine show, 1 June 2002–04 Takeshi's Castle Himself—commentator UK voiceover of Japanese comedy challenge show. Also co-writer 2003 The Sitcom Story Himself TV documentary 2003 Sushi TV Himself—narrator UK version of Japanese TV clip show (after replacing Julian Clary) 2003 Doctors DCI Mercer 7 episodes of soap opera 2003 Monstrous Bosses Himself—presenter Links between clips in a battle between two comedy characters, 10–11 May 2003 Lovable Rogues Himself—presenter Links between clips, aired 3 August 2003 Holby City Adrian Summers Episode: "Full Circle", aired 16 December 2004 Ten Minutes Mark Short comedy film, launched at the BAFTA and Cannes Film Festival in 2003. Film release July 2004 2004 Britain's Best Sitcom Himself TV documentary 2004 Weapons of Mass Distraction Himself—presenter Satirical comedy chat show exploring tabloid newspaper world 2004 Celebrities Disfigured Himself (disguised) Documentary exploring attitudes to disfigurement, aired 17 April 2004 The Weakest Link Himself—contestant Charity edition of quiz show. "Stars of the '90s". Reached 3rd place, aired 4 August 2004 Comedy Connections Himself—interviewee Documentary episode on Red Dwarf, aired 30 August 2004 Public Opinion Himself—interviewee Panel show, opinions on celebrities from members of the public, aired 21 September 2004 Celebrity Poker Club Himself—contestant Challenge, series 3, reached semi-finals 2004 Dream Team Joel Brooks Soccer agent in Sky TV football drama 2005 Forty Years of Fuck Himself—interviewee BBC documentary examining swearing on TV 2005 The Games Himself—contestant Reality game show for charity, based on the Olympic Games. Series 3. 2005 Athletes in Training Himself—contestant Live feed, following The Games contestants through their intensive training regime 2005–15 Coronation Street Lloyd Mullaney Principal cast in soap opera, first appearance 20 June 2005 2006 Fated Pedro Feature film. DVD (2011) 2006 Clubbing to Death Carl Begsley Feature film. Not yet released (in post production) 2008–present The Craig Charles Funk & Soul Club Himself—DJ Live DJ performances throughout the UK, and occasionally abroad 2009 Carpool Himself—interviewee Video-podcast interview by Robert Llewellyn of Red Dwarf 2010 UK Festival Awards Himself Hosted award ceremony at The IndigO2, London, 18 November 2010 Robert Llewellyn's Carpool Himself—interviewee Chat show. Episode 1.5: aired 2 December 2010 50 Years of Corrie Stunts Himself—voiceover Coronation Street documentary, aired 6 December. On Tram Crash DVD (2010) 2011 Zombie Carnage Frank Promotional trailer for feature film 2011 Cast Mates Himself Coronation Street online Q&A, 31 August 2011 This Morning Himself—Interviewee Daytime entertainment show, 6 September 2012 BBC Breakfast Himself—interviewee News programme, 10 March 2012 Loose Women Himself—interviewee Chat show, 15 March 2012 Motorbike Diaries: Mad in the Med Himself—narrator Travel documentary series from Danny John-Jules of Red Dwarf 2012 Evidently... John Cooper Clarke Himself—interviewee Documentary on the poet John Cooper Clarke's life and career, aired 30 May 2012 This Morning Himself—interviewee Chat show, 6 July 2012 Loose Women Himself—interviewee Chat show, 25 September 2012 The Alan Titchmarsh Show Himself—interviewee Chat show, 28 September 2012 We're Smegged Himself—interviewee Documentary on the making of Red Dwarf X. On series X DVD, released 19 November 2012 This Morning Himself—interviewee Chat show, 19 November 2012 The Craig Charles Funk & Soul Club Music compiler Compilation album, released on Freestyle Records as CD and digital download, 26 November 2012 The Chase Himself—contestant Celebrity edition of quiz show for 'Text Santa' charity appeal, ITV1, 21 December 2013 Glastonbury Festival Himself—presenter Introduced acts (also interviewed musicians and performed DJ set), BBC Four, 28–30 June 2013 Proms in the Park Himself Presented the Fantasy Funk Band at the BBC Proms, Hyde Park, London, 7 September 2013 Pointless Celebrities Himself—contestant Charity edition of quiz show, with Danny John-Jules from Red Dwarf, BBC1, aired 17 August 2013 Craig Charles Fantasy Weekender Himself Funk and soul music festival, Bristol, 24–26 August 2013 This Morning Himself 'Take a Moment' appeal, ITV1, 25 September 2013 Surprise, Surprise Himself With Simon Gregson and Sue Cleaver of Coronation Street, ITV1, 27 October 2013 The Craig Charles Funk & Soul Club 2 Music compiler Compilation album, Freestyle records, released 25 November 2014 Steve & Lloyd's Streetcar Stories Lloyd Mullaney Coronation Street mini-series, online, 3–12 February 2014 BBC Radio 6 Music Festival Himself Introduced acts, presented radio, DJ set, poetry performance at Festival Fringe, 1 March 2014 Lorraine Himself—interviewee Chat show, ITV1, 28 April 2014 I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here Himself—contestant Game show, withdrew on day 4 due to personal reasons 2014 Keith Lemon's Through the Keyhole Himself—panellist ITV1 game show 2014 The Craig Charles Funk & Soul Club 3 Music compiler Compilation album, Freestyle records, released 24 November 2015 Craig Charles Funk and Soul Club Classics Music compiler Compilation album box set, Sony Music, released 18 September 2015 Witches, Wizards and Scary Fairies Himself—narrator Live performance of Scary Fairy poetry with the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra, 29 September 2015 BBC Breakfast Himself—interviewee BBC One news programme, 17 September 2015 The One Show Himself—interviewee BBC One chat show, 30 September 2016 Celebrity Home Secrets Himself Series 1, Episode 2, 5 September 2017–present The Gadget Show Co-host alongside Jon Bentley, Ortis Deley and Georgie Barrat Series regular Radio Year Programme Role Notes 1983 John Peel Show Himself—guest Recorded 6 poems during "Peel Session", aired 17 March 1984 John Peel Show Himself—guest Radio. Recorded 3 song, aired 14 February 1987–1989 Loose Ends Himself—panelist Regular guest on Ned Sherrin's chat show 1989 The Steve Jones Show Himself—interviewee 16 March 1992–93 The Craig Charles Breakfast Show Himself—host Radio show 1995 Macbeth The Porter Steven Berkoff's Macbeth, aired 28 December 2002–present The Craig Charles Funk & Soul Show Himself—host First broadcast 15 March 2002 2004 Craig Charles Breakfast Show Himself—host 2005 One Nation Under a Groove Himself—presenter Radio 2 documentary. The Story of George Clinton & P-Funk, aired 12 February 2011 The Craig Charles Soul All-nighter Himself—host 27–28 August 2012 Fantasy Funk Band at Maida Vale Himself—presenter Review for BBC Radio 6 Music's 10th anniversary 2012 Beatleland Himself—presenter Documentary on the Beatles in Liverpool, aired 10 October 2013 Didn't It Rain: When the Blues came to Britain Himself—narrator Music history documentary, BBC Radio 2, aired 24 October 2015 Sarah and Dan's Extra Edition Himself—interviewee BBC Radio 5 Live, 24 September 2015 Witches, Wizards and Scary Fairies Narrator "Scary Fairy" poetry performance with the BBC Philharmonic orchestra, BBC Radio 2, airs 30 October 2015 Bibliography Published 1993, Craig Charles Almanac of Total Knowledge, (with Russell Bell), Penguin Books 1997, The Log: A Dwarfer's Guide to Everything, (with Russell Bell), Penguin Books 1998, No Other Blue, (illustrations by Philippa Drakeford), Penguin Books Unpublished 2000, No Irish, No Niggers, Penguin Books 2008, On the Rocks, Hodder Headline References Jump up ^ Liverpool Echo, 22 November 2005, "Actor Craig's tribute to much-loved father" Jump up ^ Holly Williams (27 June 2012). 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Hi all, I've seen some rumours that Coldplay are going to headline Glastonbury, and having secured tickets on Sunday I'm very much hoping this is true. Does anyone have any thoughts / evidence to suggest that the rumours might be true (other than the betting shops making them the favourites)?
Glastonbury 2019 is set to take place from June 26-30 2019. With all tickets now sold out (the April re-sale’s your last chance, folks), we’ve rounded up all the rumours, confirmed slots and Glastonbury 2020 headliner betting odds revealed. Just to clarify, these are clearly just betting odds and there’s been no confirmation yet of who will be headlining next year’s festival. Glastonbury will return to Worthy Farm for its 50th anniversary in June 2020 but who is being lined up to perform? These are the current odds and rumours Tags: 50th anniversary, betting, Glastonbury, headliners. Categories: News. Related Posts: News In lieu of Glastonbury’s 50th anniversary, BBC launches special pop-up channel to celebrate festival’s legacy; News Despite 2020 festival cancellation, Glastonbury’s talent competition is still on; What was probably the greenest Glastonbury yet just wrapped up, and we’re already looking forward to another round at Worthy Farm in 2020.. Next year marks 50 years of Glastonbury, and rumours are already swirling at who might headline this extra special event — even betting markets are getting in on the action.
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