Michael Eavis drops hints

Glastonbury organiser Michael Eavis has given a new interview in which he drops hints over the possible nationalities of this year's headliners.

With almost 90% of the tickets sold out already, this year's Glastonbury promises to be one of the best yet. Last year the festival faced much criticism over its line up and ticket allocation, and Eavis has taken these problems on board.

In a new interview with Australian music magazine In The Mix, Eavis states that two of the headline acts are from the United States while two will be British.

Eavis recently attended the MIDEM conference in France to collect an award in recognition of Glastonbury's contribution to Green charities. This year Glastonbury will have four headliners, and rumours have been circulating as to who will play.

Current favourites are Neil Young, Bruce Springsteen and Blur - if these hold true that would leave one more space for a British act, in line with Eavis' statement

Glastonbury takes place between June 26th - 28th.

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