After Foo Fighters’ grand confirmation this past Friday (February 24) that they would be one of the headlining acts at this year’s Glastonbury festival, many are wondering who will fill the remaining slots.
Unfortunately, someone at the BBC may have spilled the beans before they should have…or just made stuff up. Either way, someone got yelled at for sure.
BBC.com published a story that said Green Day and Ed Sheeran would be joining the Foos and Radiohead in headlining roles at the massive U.K. festival…but then that information was retracted with a statement that read, “A previous version of this story mistakenly said Ed Sheeran and Green Day have also been confirmed. This is an error and was not based on any official sources.”
Like we said, someone totally got yelled at for sure. However, if Green Day does get confirmed for Glastonbury, who else is dusting off their passports and trying to get as much money together (aka: selling a kidney) for airfare and tickets?
Erica Banas is a rock/classic rock reporter. The first man she ever loved was Jack Daniel. (True story.)