Glastonbury 2016: Rod Stewart Reveals Hopes To Perform With The Faces At Worthy Farm

Rod Stewart has an offer for Glastonbury organiser Michael Eavis, revealing that he’d love to perform at the Worthy Farm festival with his band The Faces.

The rocker made the admission during a radio interview, explaining that he’d love to reunite the band again for a star turn on the famous Pyramid stage.

Rod and Ronnie performing in September

He told Radio London: “I just wish someone would phone us up from Glastonbury and ask us to do that.

"They have never done it. We would be up for it. There are only three of us standing now."

Rod recently reunited with his bandmates Ronnie Wood and Kenney Jones for a special, one-off event.

Tickets for next year’s Glastonbury sold out in record time last weekend, when all 180,000 tickets were snapped up in a matter of minutes, despite the fact no artists have been confirmed for the festival.

Rod isn’t the first star to reveal that he’d like to perform at Glastonbury, as earlier this week, Leo Sayer told the ‘Loose Women’ panel that he’d love to make his way to the farm next June.

“I want do to it. Why not?” he said. “There's that nice little slot where they put people like Al Green, you know, the legendary artists... yeah I could do that hands down…

“I’m sorry, I’m not being flash, but I mean… easy peasy, bring it on! I love playing those big gigs as well, it’s great.”

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