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- Posted on May 17th 2010 9:00AM by Matt Glazebrook
''They've played four or five times already but they'll be back next year, I'm sure,'' Eavis told BBC 6 Music. The 74-year-old was speaking to presenter and former Kenickie frontwoman Lauren Laverne from his Pilton, Somerset land, which has hosted the weekender most years since 1970.
Chris Martin's group last played Glastonbury in 2005. They made their first appearance at the bash back in 1999. The 2010 version of Glasto will kick off on Friday June 25th, with headline sets coming from Muse, U2 and Stevie Wonder. Other Pyramid Stage performers will include Vampire Weekend, Faithless, the Dead Weather and former Kinks frontman Ray Davies. The latest additions to the main arena bill is Australian TV host, artist, musician and festival regular Rolf Harris, who will play on Friday afternoon.