After posting a not-so-subtle hint on his Twitter account, Paul McCartney has been confirmed as the first of Glastonbury 2020’s headliners.
He’ll top the bill on the Pyramid Stage on Saturday.
He’s the second name confirmed by the festival, after it was announced back in October that Diana Ross would be playing the event’s legend slot on Sunday afternoon.
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