With Arctic Monkeys frontman Alex Turner urged to rest after being diagnosed with acute laryngitis, bookies have revealed the odds of who could replace them at Glastonbury.
The 84-year-old festival organiser and farmer has said the 250,000 people who attend Glastonbury is too many people to allow for social distancing.
This year’s festival, which was scheduled to take place this weekend, was to be a celebration marking 50 years since its inception in 1970.
As the music world reacts to the untimely death of Keith Flint, front man of The Prodigy - festival bosses have revealed the iconic band were booked to play at Glastonbury 2019.
Glastonbury Festival organiser Emily Eavis has revealed the festival will pay tribute to David Bowie and Prince next month. Eavis added: “The Pyramid Stage is going to have a tribute to David Bowie – the Aladdin Sane lightning flash, in metal, which will be designed by Joe Rush… we’re also looking at a few Prince tributes.