DIANA ROSS TO PLAY ‘LEGENDS’ SLOT AT GLASTONBURY 2020
THIS MORNING, EMILY EAVIS ANNOUNCED THE FIRST OF GLASTONBURY’S 2020 LINEUP – AND IT’S A GOOD ONE
For those of us (cough, me, cough) who didn’t quite manage to get tickets for Glastonbury 2020, after painstakingly sitting on the hold page for half an hour, an excel spreadsheet filled with postcodes, and friends wondering how they had been dragged into the panic… this news probably isn’t what you want to hear.
The Motown star is set to play her first show in the UK since 2008, with a pretty impressive back catalogue to draw on, as her career spans from life in The Supremes in the 1960s to everything else in-between.
Glastonbury 2020 will be taking place 24th to 28th June, and sold out in just 34 minutes, but there are still chances to get more tickets – a ballot was released yesterday for the chance to win one of fifty pairs of tickets, and there is still the re-sale in April next year.
Next year marks 50 years since the very first Glastonbury, when tickets were just £1 and came with a free bottle of milk. This year, however, tickets come in at a slightly more expensive price of £265, and a whopping 175,000 people expected to attend.