Glastonbury is back! After being cancelled in both 2020 and 2021, the biggest festival in the UK will finally be returning this year.
Not only will Glastonbury be going ahead this summer, but the festival boss Michael Eavis has also revealed that 2023 will not be a rest year and we will get back to back events. Eavis has already stated that 3 headliners have been booked for next year’s festival. So who will be headlining in 2023?
Glastonbury 2023 Headliners:
Whilst the confirmed headliners won’t be officially released for a while, there are always rumours to who will be taking the main stage.
One band said to be headlining next year’s festival is the legendary girl band, The Spice Girls. The ground-breaking pop group haven’t performed as a five for almost 10 years now, however, there are plans for the band to reunite next year. Posh Spice is reported to be on board for the reunion, with a source telling The Sun ‘“Victoria has previously said that she would perform with them at the festival. So that would be the perfect way to round off the tour.”
There are a couple of setbacks regarding the girls’ performance, for example; the same source mentioned “There have been bumps in the road, particularly where Geri is concerned.’ Additionally, the band were supposed to be performing at Her Majesty’s platinum jubilee celebrations, but when asked about their absence Mel C responded, “You’re going to need to ask Geri about that one.”
While we wait for the rest of the headliners to be announced, we always have this year’s performances to sink our teeth into.
On the main pyramid stage the three headliners have been confirmed, first of which is renowned singing sensation Billie Eilish. The American singer-songwriter will be the youngest headline performer ever to grace Glastonbury! She’ll be performing on Friday 24 June, so whether you’ll be at the festival itself or watching from the comfort of your homes, be sure not to miss her.
The next artist to take the main stage will be Beatles legend Paul Mcartney, who hasn’t performed at Glastonbury since his celebrated performance back in 2004, making it almost two decades! You’ll be able to see Macca on the main stage on Saturday 25th.
The Sunday headliner will be US rapper Kendrick Lamar, who fans missed due to the cancellation of Glastonbury 2020. Thankfully the acclaimed artist has confirmed he’s back this year.