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Dolly Parton is all set to headline next year’s Glastonbury music festival, suggest reports. The well known country crooner is tipped to hit the stage on a Sunday evening during the concert, which is generally booked for music industry legends.
In spite of being in this industry for more than forty years, Parton has never performed in this well known festival. A close source told a leading United Kingdom based tabloid that Parton is perfect for the Sunday Legends slot. This did not take any convincing; she always wanted to play at the Glastonbury music festival.
The timing of the festival also works good as Parton would be in the United Kingdom over the festival weekend at the end of June. She will perform in London’s O2 Arena on Friday and Saturday, but she has no programs for Sunday. Therefore, it is quite believable that she would perform at Glastonbury on Sunday.
The insider told that tabloid that the Sunday date is being kept free deliberately. She would get a helicopter straight down on Sunday, or maybe even Saturday night following the show in London. If everything goes according to plan, Parton will go after the footsteps of Arcade Fire while hitting the iconic Pyramid Stage. Recently, the band has already confirmed that they would perform on the Friday evening on their Twitter account.
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Lars Ulrich, the upfront and outspoken drummer of rock band Metallica, has his sights on the Glastonbury Music Festival. He told that the band is all set to hit the stage as soon as festival founder Michael Eavis gives the band a green signal.
At the beginning of this year, Michael stated that the 3 bands set to headline Glastonbury Festival in 2014. Tickets for the festival have sold in record time. It has been secured that three bands who have never played in this festival, will play at this festival this year at Worthy Farm before.
While speaking to a leading music entertainment channel, Lars Ulrich told that they are really eager to hit the Pyramid Stage at the festival. The band is expecting that they would soon receive a call from the music festival founder Michael Eavis.
Ulrich stated that every year there is probably less scope of them doing it than the earlier year, but it just looks like it would be a fun night out. They have been very fortunate enough to play every other festival on this planet several times. Now, Glastonbury is the only one which is eluding them. There is such a vibe and it is maybe the most quintessentially English festival.
The tickets for next year’s festival are already sold out. Almost 120000 tickets were purchased in 1 hour and twenty seven minutes, stated the organizers.
Michael and Emily Eavis said in a statement: “We have, once again, been blown away by the numbers of people who were hoping to join us at the festival, and we’re sorry that many of you have missed out on a ticket.”