Could Kings Of Leon play Glastonbury 2017?

'We'll have to get on it'

As Glastonbury 2017 rumours continue to gather momentum, now Kings Of Leon have thrown their hat into the ring among the potential headliners.

While last week saw ‘well sourced information’ point towards Daft Punk, Radiohead and Stone Roses being the headliners, now the ‘Sex On Fire’ rockers have teased that they may also be looking to make an appearance.

King Of Leon last headlined back in 2008, but now drummer Nathan Followill has teased to the BBC that they’re ready to return.


“We love Glastonbury,” he said. “I think that was the first festival we ever played in Europe. Do they still do it where it’s on one year, off one year to let the grass grow?”

When told that 2018 would be a fallow year where Glasto takes a break, he replied: “OK, then we’ll have to get on it in 2017. I’ll have to text Mr Eavis.”

Read more: Glastonbury 2016 – who could headline?

Other acts rumoured for Glastonbury include Lady Gaga, Ed Sheeran, Kraftwerk, Depeche Mode and Ed Sheeran.

Kings Of Leon, who released their new album ‘WALLS’ last week, will be returning to the UK to tour in February. Full dates are below. Tickets are on sale from 9.30am on 20 October.

Sun February 19 2017 – LEEDS First Direct Arena
Mon February 20 2017 – BIRMINGHAM Genting Arena
Fri February 24 2017 – NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE Metro Radio Arena
Sat February 25 2017 – LIVERPOOL Echo Arena
Mon February 27 2017 – GLASGOW SSE Hydro



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