A gig at Glastonbury’s 50th-anniversary this summer has been added to the tour listings on the official Eats Everything Facebook page, confirming the Bristolian DJ and producer will appear at the festival.
The news comes as no surprise as Eats Everything, real name Daniel Pearce, is a regular at Glastonbury. He regularly plays three sets during the festival and last year played B2B with Fatboy Slim on Arcadia’s brand-new Pangea stage/crane.
Just before the weekend, Huey Morgan of the Fun Lovin’ Criminals revealed the band will be headlining a stage at Glastonbury this summer.
Australian band Crowded House also let slip they’re set for a Glasto-appearance in the last few days, after adding ‘Glastonbury, Pilton, UK’ to the tour listings on their website for Saturday 27th June 2020.
Paul McCartney and Taylor Swift were confirmed as the Pyramid Stage headliners for Saturday and Sunday before Christmas. Ahead of the announcements, Taylor Swift was the bookmakers’ favourite headliner while The 1975 were considered fourth most likely by Sky Bet.
Neil Tennant of the Pet Shop Boys has hinted the band could be booked for Glasto. Jamie Oborne, manager of The 1975, was asked about Glastonbury while answering questions about the band recently and responded: “well we really wanna play”.
Aerosmith appear to have self-confirmed by mistake in an email newsletter sent out to fans. Supergrass are strongly-rumoured after reforming in September to perform at Pilton Party, a ‘thank-you’ event for the local community organised by Glastonbury.
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Glastonbury 50, the book commemorating the festival’s 50th-anniversary, was named as a ‘Book of the Year’ by The Time, having previously ranked third in the Sunday Times Bestseller List for hardback non-fiction books.
The book is authored by organisers Michael and Emily Eavis and contains hundreds of photos from the festival and celebrity contributions.
In an alternative chart released by Amazon, Glastonbury 50 placed 10th among all non-fiction books after its first week of sales. The book had recently sold out in some stores, but festival organisers confirmed today the second print run had now arrived and all stores should be restocked soon, if not already.
Glastonbury’s 50th-anniversary will take place at Worthy Farm, Pilton, Somerset from Wednesday 24th to Sunday 28th June 2020.
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