Stevie Wonder and Muse look set to this year's Glastonbury Festival, joining previously announced headliner U2, according to organizer Michael Eavis. Although he said the Stevie Wonder was not 100% confirmed, he called it "probable."
He was at the Event Production Show in London today when he let the new fly.
"Eavis revealed that Muse would headline the Saturday (26 June) and that it was "probable" the legendary Stevie Wonder would close the festival as the main act on the Sunday (27 June)," reads the news from the shows online publication.
Muse will headline Saturday night, and if confirmed Stevie Wonder would play Sunday night, to close out the festival.
Other names previously announced include Vampire Weekend, Andy Williams and The John Vistic Experience.
Glastonbury takes place between June 23rd - 27th at Worthy Farm in Pilton.
This will be the 40 year anniversary of the first Glastonbury experience. As a result, they'll be expanding the non-music festivities, and trying to get the best acts that they can.
2010 Glastonbury Festival sold out all of their available tickets on the first day they went on sale, selling 180,000 tickets in 12 hours. Unbelievable.
Check out the Spacelab Festival Guide for more information on the Glastonbury Festival line up, tickets, and other details.