This year’s GLASTONBURY festival won’t feature PRINCE – but looks likely to feature a speech from anti-war Oscar winner MICHAEL MOORE as well as a “fantastic” headliner on the Sunday night.
Moore recently received a Best Documentary Oscar for ‘Bowling for Columbine’, and also directed the controversial music video for [a][/a]’s ‘Boom!’.
Glastonbury organiser, Emily Eavis said that Moore is scheduled to appear at some time over the festival weekend of June 27 – 29.
Eavis said she has now found a headliner for Sunday night, after rumours persisted that elfin funkster Prince was set to perform.
She said: “Prince isn’t playing on Sunday, we were in talks with him and it nearly happened but in the end it didn’t. We have got a fantastic headliner on Sunday night but we can’t announce who it is yet. But they’re great. “
Tickets for the Glastonbury festival go on sale on Monday (31 March).