Glastonbury Festival asks music fans if they should ban flags at this year's event

So far the subject is splitting opinion

Glastonbury Festival asks music fans if they should ban flags at this year's event
Glastonbury festival organisers are asking music fans if they should ban flags at this year's festival.

In a poll on their website GlastonburyFestivals.co.uk, over 12,500 people have already cast their vote.

At the moment opinion is split with 50.01% against the ban, with 49.99% in favour of getting rid of flags at the festival.

Earlier this week, Download Festival banned flags from the Main Stage arena at this year's event.

Meanwhile, Muse and Stevie Wonder both look set to play headline slots at this year's Glastonbury Festival, while U2 have already been confirmed to headline the Friday night (June 25).

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