Glastonbury 2020 Headliner Odds Revealed

Here are the odds-on favourites to headline Glastonbury festival 2020

Glastonbury 2020 Headliner Odds Revealed
Jenn Five

Last weekend, Glastonbury returned to Worthy Farm after a fallow year with a lineup that boasted some of rock and metal's hottest acts. From Bring Me The Horizon and BABYMETAL to Venom Prison and IDLES, a bunch of Kerrang!'s favourites tore through Glasto 2019, soaking up the sun and giving the unwashed masses an unhealthy dose of heavy.

Next year will be Glastonbury's 50th birthday, and everyone is expecting the Eavis family to pull something big out of the bag to celebrate. We've already discussed the rock and metal bands we want to see at Glasto in 2020, but the rumours are already starting to circulate about who could be closing the Pyramid Stage next summer.

And, to be honest, there's not a lot of rock or metal... But if Led Zeppelin do turn up you'll be able to hear our screams of joy from the moon.

There's no knowing for sure until the announcements are officially made next year, but speaking to NME in 2017, Emily Eavis said they'd already booked two of 2020's headliners.

“Ideally, we’d have a mix of old and new acts headlining," said Emily. "But, a lot can happen between now and then, and it’s about seeing who comes through and who would be right for us.

"It’s always good having something in the long term plans as well.”

Here are the odds-on favourites to headline Glastonbury festival 2020 according to Sky Bet.

Elton John – 6/4
Fleetwood Mac – 6/4
Coldplay – 5/2
Paul McCartney – 3/1
The 1975 – 3/1
Foals – 10/3
Arctic Monkeys – 7/2
Blur – 7/2
The Kinks – 7/2
Madonna – 4/1
Ariana Grande – 9/2
The Smiths – 9/2
Kendrick Lamar – 7/1
Oasis – 7/1
George Ezra – 8/1
Led Zeppelin – 8/1
Beyonce – 10/1
Chemical Brothers – 10/1
Daft Punk – 10/1
Taylor Swift – 10/1
Other acts available at 11/1 +

Next year's Glastonbury festival takes place at Worthy Farm, Pilton, on June 24-28.

Tickets are expected to go on sale around the autumn.

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