Stevie Wonder and Muse officially confirmed for Glastonbury 2010

Speculation about festival headliners finally draws to a close

Stevie Wonder and Muse officially confirmed for Glastonbury 2010
Muse and Stevie Wonder have been officially confirmed to play headline slots at this year's Glastonbury festival.

Festival organiser Michael Eavis had previously revealed that Muse were booked and Wonder was likely to play – but now the bookings have been made official, reports BBC News.

Muse returning to the event following their 2004 headline slot, will play on the Pyramid Stage on the Saturday (June 26) of the event. Wonder will close it on the Sunday (27). U2 had previously been announced as Friday night (25) headliners.

Hot Chip, Dizzee Rascal, Jack Johnson and Vampire Weekend are also set to play at the Somerset event, which is sold out.

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