This year’s Glastonbury festival may have only just come to an end, but bookmakers are already predicting the next line-up.
Guns N’ Roses are the early favourites to headline Glastonbury Festival 2017 – with Slash and Axl Rose reuniting after a 21 year break for a series of US dates, but have yet to play in the UK.
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William Hill has given the rock band odds of 8/1 to headline at Worthy Farm next year, alongside other early contenders: Kasabian at 5/4, followed by Radiohead and The Stone Roses at 2/1.
Meanwhile, Rihanna (7/1), Ed Sheeran (4/1) and The Foo Fighters (3/1) are amongst some of the other names rumoured to perform at the event.
In response to the statistics, William Hill press officer Joe Crilly said: “After yet another successful Glastonbury, all thoughts will already be turning towards 2017’s festival.
“It looks likely that a couple of recently reformed bands – Guns N’ Roses and The Stone Roses – may be headlining the Pyramid Stage next summer.”
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Sir Michael Eavis previously confirmed that he has already secured the three headline acts for next year’s festival – but could there be any surprises?
William Hill’s full list of odds to headline any night at Glastonbury 2017 are:
Guns N’ Roses (8/11)
Radiohead, The Stone Roses (2/1)
Foo Fighters (3/1)
Ed Sheeran (4/1)
Manic Street Preachers (5/1)
Red Hot Chili Peppers (6/1)
Bruce Springsteen, Calvin Harris, Mumford And Sons (8/1)
AC/DC, Justin Bieber, Justin Timberlake, Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, The Prodigy, The Who (12/1) (14/1 BAR)