Muse and Stevie Wonder set to headline Glastonbury 2010

Michael Eavis reveals who will be joining U2 at festival

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Muse and Stevie Wonder both look set to play headline slots at this year's Glastonbury festival, organiser Michael Eavis has revealed.

Eavis, speaking at the Event Production Show in the Olympia 2 in London today (February 2), confirmed Matt Bellamy's band for the Saturday (June 26) of the event. He said that it was probable that Stevie Wonder will headline the Sunday (27) night, reports Event magazine.

Michael Eavis' daughter Emily previously told BBC 6music that they were "still slightly confirming the Sunday night headliner but apart from that, we've pretty much finalised the Pyramid Stage".

U2 had previously been announced as Friday (25) night headliners. Hot Chip, Dizzee Rascal, Jack Johnson and Vampire Weekend also look set to play at the Somerset event.

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