It looks like Jeff Goldblum could be playing Glastonbury 2019…

*sings Jurassic Park theme tune*

It appears that Jeff Goldblum and his orchestra are set to make an appearance to perform at Glastonbury Festival 2019.

Star of Jurassic Park, The Fly and Grand Budapest Hotel, Goldblum is also an acclaimed jazz musician. Last year, he and The Mildred Snitzer Orchestra released their acclaimed debut album ‘The Capitol Studio Sessions‘.

After a number of intimate shows, it looks like Goldblum is set to make his musical return to the UK at the hallowed grounds of Worthy Farm. John Storie, the guitarist in his orchestra, has ‘Glastonbury Music Festival’ listed among all their other world tour dates on his website for Sunday June 30.

NME has approached a spokesperson for Goldblum for a response. Perhaps the recent London landmark of the 25foot inflatable Jeff Goldblum statue could also be erected on site.

With the re-sale date for tickets to Glastonbury 2019 confirmed for next month, the full line-up is expected to be announced in the coming weeks.

Among the 2019 Glastonbury rumours, Liam Gallagher is strongly tipped to be making a Pyramid Stage appearance. Aside from Lizzo recently telling NME that she’d be performing, so far Kylie Minogue has been confirmed to take the Sunday legends slot, Janelle Monae has been revealed to headline the West Holts Stage, and Stormzy is the only Pyramid Stage headliner to be announced so far.

The Cure and The Killers are currently the bookies’ favourites as the other two main headliners, with Interpol, Stereophonics, Lana Del Rey, and Childish Gambino among the others rumoured to perform.

It was also recently confirmed that The Prodigy had been booked to play prior to frontman Keith Flint’s tragic death.