GLASTONBURY ANNOUNCES PULP AND PRIMAL SCREAM FOR FRIDAY AND SUNDAY

[B]GLASTONBURY FESTIVAL[/B] has revealed the headline acts for the Friday and Sunday nights...

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Pulp and Primal Scream have been confirmed for headline performances at this year's Glastonbury Festival which runs from June 26-28. Pulp (Jarvis Cocker pictured) close the festival on the Sunday night while the Primals will headline the opening Friday night. James are onstage just prior to the Primals. The Lightning Seeds are also confirmed for Friday. Other acts confirmed for Glastonbury include Bob Dylan, Placebo, Blur, Embrace, Spiritualized, Underworld, Ian Brown, Finley Quaye, Dawn Of The Replicants, Ben Folds Five, Tori Amos and Idlewild.

Glastonbury organisers are also hoping to screen the England versus Colombia World Cup football match. And despite reports elsewhere, organisers say there are no plans for Pearl Jam to appear at this year's festival.

Tickets went on sale on March 30 priced 80.00 pounds, plus 3.00 pounds handling charge, including post and packaging. Children under 14 accompanied by an adult will be admitted free. For more Glastonbury information ring the hotline on (UK) 0839-668-899; calls cost 49 pence per minute in the UK.

Tickets are available from Ticket Unit, Bristol BS38 7EN, England (cheques payable to Glastonbury Festivals Ltd) or by ringing [NB: NEW NUMBER!] (UK) 0870 6077 380 via the NME 24-hour Ticketline on (UK) 0870-1212-500. All calls are charged at the UK national standard rate.




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