Emily Eavis hints at Glastonbury 2019 headline act

13:01 Nov/15/2018


Unsurprisingly there has been a lot of speculation surrounding who the three headliners will be at Glastonbury Festival 2019.

With the world-renowned event taking a break this year, the rumor mill has been in overdrive ahead of next year's return with festival-goers and bookies alike trying to second guess who will be taking the Pyramid Stage by storm on the three main nights of the Somerset spectacular.

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Liam Gallagher has become a bookies favourite to headline Glastonbury Festival 2019 as a solo act.

Betway have tipped the former Oasis frontman for the top spot on the Somerset festival's Pyramid Stage, giving him fresh odds of 7/4.

The Supersonic legend had previously been an outsider at 8/1 in September, behind the likes of Arctic Monkeys and ABBA, but the Wall Of Glass singer now heads their list.

Betway’s Alan Alger said: “Betting on who’ll headline Glastonbury tends to go quiet for a bit and then all of a sudden we notice a string of bets for a certain artist.

“Liam Gallagher is now the act that everyone wants to back and he heads the betting to secure a headline slot on the Pyramid Stage at just 7/4."

The legendary Beatle last headlined the festival in 2004, but he could be primed to return to Pyramid Stage this year as he releases his 17th solo album, Egypt Station in September.

If that evidence wasn't compelling enough, speaking to the BBC, the Emily Eavis said the artist playing the Sunday legends slot will be a "non-British female" and that Paul McCartney is always on the top their list to headline the festival.

Kylie Minogue has also been strongly rumoured to play the Sunday legends slot.

“She jumped at the opportunity to appear next year and it is the perfect way to celebrate her career.”

This does fit with Emily Eavis's previous hint that the act booked to play the legends slot was a woman and not British.

The Queen of Pop was tipped for the headline slot, with The Sun reporting that she was in talks with organisers in a bid to secure a female headliner.

This year saw the annual Worthy Farm shindig take a year off for the first time since 2012, as organiser Michael Eavis gave the farm time to recover. But it’s back in 2019 and while we’re yet to have the headliners and artists confirmed, there have been plenty of rumours already. Here’s everything you need to know about the 2019 festival – including where and how to get your tickets.

 



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