Band to make their first Pyramid stage appearance at Worthy Farm since 2003
The last time Radiohead topped the bill at Glastonbury, Moby was still big enough to headline one night of the festival, and Suede and Super Furry Animals were both prominent in proceedings, having not yet split up, let alone re-formed. More shocking still, Tony Blair was still prime minister, albeit with personal approval ratings that had fallen to 31%. But now the band are to take to the Pyramid stage at Worthy Farm for the first time since 2003, when they headline the Friday night of Glastonbury 2017 on 23 June.
The festival gave clues that something was in the offing during the course of Wednesday, when the BBC’s webcam of Worthy Farm picked up a pattern in front of the Pyramid stage that looked remarkably like Radiohead’s bear’s head logo, prompting speculation on social media about the band appearing. Or that it was a Mickey Mouse head, there might be something Disney-related on the cards
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