So far, Radiohead are the only act officially confirmed for the 2017 event, but Pink Floyd’s Roger Waters and Nick Mason have now addressed the possibility of a future Worthy Farm gig.
Speaking during a joint appearance at the V&A museum, the duo said they would like to perform there, but the problem might be getting David Gilmour to join them.
Roger said (via the Guardian): “The last I heard, David retired… You [Nick] know David better than me.”
Nick then added, “I heard he’d retired and then he seemed to unretire, so we don’t know”, before concluding: “but I don’t think [us playing] is very likely but yes I would do it given the opportunity.”
As usual, the Eavis family are being secretive when it comes to the line-up, though Emily did promise that they’re pulling out all the stops for 2017.
Speaking earlier this week, at the NME Awards, she told reporters: “We’ve got a year off next year so we’re throwing everything into this one. We’ve got twice as many bands and lots to push into this festival.”
“We’ve made a couple of bookings tonight,” she added.
Watch this space for the full line-up announcement...