Paul McCartney to Headline Glastonbury 2020
Paul McCartney will headline Glastonbury’s 50th anniversary next summer, performing live on the Pyramid Stage on Saturday 27 June.
The former Beatle is the second artist to be confirmed for 2020, following the announcement that Diana Ross will play the the Sunday afternoon legends slot.
Taking place from Wednesday 24 – Sunday 28 June, Glastonbury 2020 marks half a century for the Worthy Farm festival, during which time it has witnessed performances from the likes of T-Rex, David Bowie and The Smiths in the early years, through to Stormzy, Adele and Kanye West more recently.
Tickets for the festival sold out in just 34 minutes during October’s general sale, leaving next April’s resale as the last chance for those who are still ticketless. Stay tuned on our social channels for resale news as soon as it arrives.