Legendary Foo Fighters front man Dave Grohl has stated that if Glastonbury want them at next year’s bash, they should “give us a call.”
When questioned about a Glastonbury slot in a recent interview, the Ex-Nirvana drummer said, “I mean, it’s an iconic festival.
“I just tell everyone if they need a band, we’re pretty good. They should give us a call. See what happens.”
Eavis sparked rumours of Oasis and Taylor Swift earlier this week when he revealed he would like to see both perform at the festival.
AC/DC and Fleetwood Mac have dominated the rumour list so far this year but both are starting to look unlikely.
AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd has recently been charged with attempting to procure murder, putting their chances of a slot in jeopardy and Eavis dismissed rumours of Fleetwood Mac performing in a recent interview.
Michael Eavis has revealed that he would like to have both Oasis and Taylor Swift at Glastonbury Festival 2015.
Speaking directly after receiving his award for his outstanding contribution to live music in the UK, the Glastonbury legend said: “I do talk to Noel and Liam a lot. Wouldn’t it be marvellous for them to relaunch at Glastonbury, now Liam has split from Beady Eye?”
Rumours have also been circulating about Taylor Swift taking a slot following the confirmation of a short tour in the UK next summer.
“Taylor Swift would be great to follow the Dolly Parton slot – especially being a country singer,” Eavis added.
And finally, despite strong rumours of Fleetwood Mac making an appearance, the Glastonbury boss is still standing by his guns: “No, Fleetwood Mac isn’t looking good at the moment. I’m afraid not.”
Glastonbury Festival chief, Michael Eavis has been honoured at a high-profile award ceremony.
The 79 year-old, who started the world-famous festival back in 1970 was given an award for his “outstanding contribution to live music in the UK“.
“After crawling through a hole in the hedge to take a peep at Freddie Bannister’s Bath Blues Festival in 1970, I can’t believe that 44 years of semi-controlled chaos has led to me receiving this prestigious award. Thank you all so much,” he said.
Glastonbury, which is now one of the biggest festivals in the world, attracts over 100,000 revellers each year and boasts a start-studded line-up.
This year acts such as AC/DC, Fleetwood Mac and more recently Taylor Swift have been rumoured to make a performance at the 2015 bash.
Glastonbury Festival 2015 takes place at Worthy Farm from 24th – 28th June. Tickets are sold out.
Taylor Swift has earned a place on the rumours list for Glastonbury Festival 2015.
The American singer-songwriter has just confirmed a small UK tour suspiciously close to the dates of Glastonbury, sparking rumours that she could take a slot at the bash.
Here are the dates she has confirmed:
- June 23: Glasgow, The SSE Hydro
- June 24: Manchester Arena
- June 27: London, British Summertime Hyde Park
Other rumoured acts include AC/DC, Muse with Queen and Fleetwood mac rumours recently debunked by Eavis.
Glastonbury Festival legend, Michael Eavis has revealed that two of the fiercely rumoured bands for next year’s bash will not be performing.
Eavis has dispelled rumours of both Queen and Fleetwood Mac taking a headline slot at the world famous music and arts festival.
When speaking to the Music Week team from Virtual Festival, Eavis said:
“Queen? Not Queen, no, no.
“Fleetwood Mac don’t seem to be available at the moment. But we’ve got three excellent headliners for next year.”
Other bands rumoured to make an appearance in 2015 include AC/DC, Muse, David Bowie and more, but so far no-one has been officially confirmed.
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With tickets for Glastonbury Festival 2015 as good as sold out, attention now turns to the line-up and acts that are rumoured to play. Here’s a round-up of some of the headlines circling the web at the moment.
Its been quiet on the rumours front so far this year, however Michael Eavis has confirmed that the three headliners have already been signed. So far he has given no indication to who they are.
AC/DC to take a slot?
Rock legends, AC/DC have confirmed a new tour and album and are strongly rumoured to take a slot after Eavis confirmed he booked a band whist watching Metallica. Metallica and AC/DC have the same agent…
Fleetwood Mac & Queen both on the bookies cards
Oh the irony! Rumours of Fleetwood Mac taking a slot have been all over the net since day one, so there’s a good chance they’ll be performing. Along with them is a small band you may have heard of called Queen:
“There are some massive names in the frame but the money suggests Fleetwood Mac are the most likely, although today’s gamble has been for Queen,” said William Hill spokesman Rupert Adams.
Prince to finally perform this year?
According to Eavis, Prince is always a target for Glastonbury and this year is no exception. “We’re always having a go at Prince, but it’s up to him whether he wants to do it or not.”
A few more acts on the rumours list include:
Foo Fighters, Muse Fatboy Slim and Calvin Harris.
Emily Eavis has confirmed that a ticket re-sale for Glastonbury Festival 2015 will take place in Spring.
After the manic ticket sale day yesterday, where tickets sold out in record time, she confirmed the following on Twitter:
I’m sorry to everyone who missed out, so wish we could get everyone in. There will be a resale in the spring. #
Glastonbury Festival 2015 takes place from June 24th – 28th 2015. So far there are no officially confirmed acts.
Update: A few of you have asked for more specific info about the release date. At this point we don’t know as there hasn’t been official confirmation, however we think it could be somewhere around April 7th as that’s when the full ticket balance is due.
Tickets for Glastonbury Festival 2015 went on sale today and sold out in record time.
It took just 26 minuets for the £225 ticket to go, leaving thousands disappointed.
Emily Eavis confirmed the news via Twitter earlier:
“We have sold out, thank you to everyone for supporting us and i’m sorry to those of you who have missed out.”
Eavis also confirmed that there would be a resale in Spring for those that weren’t lucky enough to get their hands on one this time round.
So far there have been no officially confirmed acts for the festival, but rumours include Fleetwood Mac, Queen and AC/DC