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U2 to headline Glastonbury 2010

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For its 40th anniversary, the world’s largest music festival has tapped the world’s biggest band. Yes, donning Glastonbury‘s Pyramid Stage as the 2010 Friday night headliner will be none other than U2.

The appearance will mark the band’s first ever appearance at the U.K. festival, set to take place from June 23-27 in at Worthy Farm in Pilton, and appropriately enough, it will come on the year that the event will be celebrating its 40th anniversary.

U2 joins Rockstar 09 winners The John Vistic Experience as the only acts officially announced for Glastonbury 2010, however, there are a slew of rumors with everyone from the Rolling Stones and Radiohead to Pet Shop Boys and Fatboy Slim having been mentioned as possibilities. The complete lineup is expected to be unveiled next May.

As these things typically go, tickets for Glastonbury have already soldout, However, some could become available early next year.

As always, stay tuned to our Glastonbury Outlook page for all the latest lineup confirmations and rumors.

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