The festival founder revealed the news in an interview on Tuesday night (September 8)
Glastonbury Festival founder Michael Eavis has revealed that all the headliners have been booked for the next two instalments of the Worthy Farm event.
This year’s festival was headlined by Kanye West, The Who and Florence + The Machine, the latter filling in for Foo Fighters.
With daughter Emily Eavis previously confirming that 2016’s headliners have already been booked, Michael Eavis has now added that they’ve sorted their headline acts for the next two years.
BBC Radio 1 reporter Sinéad Garvan spoke to Eavis on Tuesday night (September 8) at the AIM Awards, with the Glastonbury boss stating that four of the six headliners have topped the bill before and two are completely new.
This follows recent rumours that Miley Cyrus is in talks to appear at next year’s event.
Glastonbury Festival 2016 will take place at Worthy Farm from June 22-26.
Foo Fighters, Muse, Oasis, Daft Punk, Radiohead are among the bookies’ favourites to headline Glastonbury 2016. Fleetwood Mac, Bloc Party, Blur, The Stone Roses and Ed Sheeran are also among those being tipped.
Oasis recently topped NME readers’ poll of who should headline next year’s festival. Muse, Foo Fighters, David Bowie and Radiohead are also the fan favourites to appear.