Glastonbury Festival has announced that Paul McCartney will be headlining its 2020 event, celebrating the festival’s 50th year.
This will be the second time the former Beatle has headlined Glastonbury, having performed there back in 2004.
“Having Paul McCartney coming back to headline the Pyramid for the second time next year is an absolute dream come true,” said co-organiser Emily Eavis.
He’s the second artist confirmed for next year’s line up, following Diana Ross, and is set to perform on Saturday 27 June. The festival will take place between 24 – 28 June, just week after McCartney’s 78th birthday.