Glastonbury tickets have sold out in record time – and now it seems like one of the three Pyramid Stage headliners is all but confirmed.
Fleetwood Mac have long been favourites to headline the bash, with Ladbrokes previously giving conservative odds of 1/4 on the band stepping up to the plate. As NME report, Ladbrokes have now stopped taking bets in light of a further flurry of betting. Fleetwood Mac are obvious candidates to make the trip to Worthy farm: the band – complete with Christine McVie – are in the midst of a reunion tour, and they released their first new material in a decade earlier this year.
Other favourites to headline the festival include Daft Punk (6/4), Depeche Mode (6/4), David Bowie (3/1) and – somewhat provisionally, considering they’re no longer together – Oasis (4/1). According to Michael Eavis, all three headline acts have now been booked. For a more expansive guide as to who might be pitching up in Pilton, check our guide to Glastonbury’s potential 2014 headliners.
Earlier this year, Eavis contributed to our How to…run a festival and not go bust feature.