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The Coral Miss First Glastonbury Performance

The band missed a scheduled slot on the BBC Introducing stage this afternoon.

The Coral missed their first performance at Glastonbury festival today (June 24).

The band were amongst a number of acts stuck outside the arena at Worthy Farm, causing the to miss a scheduled slot on the BBC Introducing stage this afternoon.

The band, who are believed to be on course to make their John Peel stage slot later this evening, were replaced by BBC Introducing curator Tom Robinson, who took to the acoustic guitar for a rendition of his hit ‘2-4-6-8 Motorway’.

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