Glastonbury 2017 Line-Up: Ed Sheeran 'Agrees To Headline Festival'

Radiohead are the only act confirmed so far.

Speculation Ed Sheeran will headline Glastonbury 2017 has gathered serious pace, with reports he has finally signed up to do the gig.

While still unconfirmed, The Sun has claimed Ed will be gracing the iconic Pyramid Stage next summer.

A source told the paper event organiser Michael Eavis is “delighted” to have signed up the ‘Lego House’ singer.

<strong>Ed Sheeran is set to play Glastonbury</strong>
Ed Sheeran is set to play Glastonbury
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Radiohead have already been confirmed as one of the festival’s three headliners playing the Friday night, while The Sun have also claimed Foo Fighters will fill the final slot.

The rock band were forced to pull out of their headline slot in 2014, when frontman Dave Grohl broke his leg. They were replaced by Florence + The Machine.

<strong>Who else will headline the Pyramid Stage?</strong>
Who else will headline the Pyramid Stage?
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Other acts who have been rumoured to be topping the bill at Glastonbury 2017 include The Stone Roses and Daft Punk.

The full line-up is not expected to be unveiled until April next year - around the time the ticket resale takes place.

The main batch of tickets sold out in less than half an hour when released in October.

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