Joining the likes of The Charlatans, Orbital and Super Furry Animals...

Ian Brown has confirmed an appearance at this year’s GLASTONBURY FESTIVAL.

The singer, whose former band the Stone Roses pulled out of a headline slot in 1995 because of an injury to guitarist John Squire, will play on the Pyramid Stage on June 29. His stage time is approximately 5pm.

Other stars set to appear this year include The Charlatans, Orbital, Super Furry Animals, [/a] and [a].


This year’s event takes place over the weekend of June 28-30.


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