The Coral to play Glastonbury Festival 2011

Band reveal booking ahead of Royal Albert Hall show

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The Coral are set to play Glastonbury next year.

Keyboard player Nick Power told Yorkshire Radio's Darren Harper that they were "confirmed" for the June event, with the presenter breaking the news on his Twitter page, Twitter.com/chubbyewok.

Glastonbury takes place on June 24-26 in Somerset.

Power was speaking ahead of the band's show at London's Royal Albert Hall last night (November 15). They played a mammoth set which saw them perform most of their latest album 'Butterfly House', plus older hits.

They also covered The Beatles' 'Things We Said Today' and The Byrds' I'll Feel A Whole Lot Better', and were watched by an audience including Primal Scream's Mani and Will Young.

The band recently announced that they are set to release an acoustic version of 'Butterfly House'.

The Coral played:

'More Than A Lover'
'Roving Jewel'
'Walking In the Winter'
'Jacqueline'
'In The Rain'
'Two Faces'
'Green Is The Colour'
'1000 Years'
'Coney Island'
'Spanish Main'/'Who's Gonna Find Me'
'Pass It On'
'Butterfly House'
'Falling All Around You'
'Things We Said Today'
'I'll Feel A Whole Lot Better'
'She's Comin' Around'
'Wildfire'
'Rebecca You'
'I Remember When'
'Simon Diamond'
'Calendars and Clocks'
'Goodbye'
'Dreaming of You'
'North Parade'


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