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Glastonbury 2011 Early Predictions in July

Hey there is only 338 days to go. So I wanted to put out some early predictions of who will play next year.

I think Mumford &  Sons might play the Other Stage and it will be massive. So far talk is about Kylie, Coldplay, Eminen headlining, fine by me I won’t be hurrying to see any of those on the Pyramid Stage.

Slash played this year don’t be surprised if Axel Roses new version Guns and Roses turn up next year. More likely could be Pink Floyd Roger Waters is touring the Wall and Dave Gilmour has hinted he may play so could a full reunion happen next year at Glasto.

The Chemical Brothers are touring next year so could be on the cards and don’t forget Pulp, Jarvis has already said that they have had offers, although who from was not specified.

One from leftfield would be Take that, the crowd at Glastonbury gets younger every year and there are a lot of people that love them especially with Robbie Williams rejoining them.

Florence might make it back for 4 or is it 5 in a row. She is planning a second album so there is a good possibility she may hit the Pyramid Stage next year.

Of course there will be plenty of U2 rumours and there is still a chance as they have a break in their US tour between the 18th and the 26th of June, however that would mean them bringing their tour to Glastonbury from the US and then taking it back again. So it is pretty unlikely.

Always a good indicator towards who will play is the Aussie downunder tour of Big Day Out. Muse, Groove Armada, Temper trap and Dizzie Rascal all went on from BDO to Glasto last year.

I am hoping for amongst others, Frank Turner, Bombay Bicycle Club and Stornoway who I missed this year.

Plenty to think about there

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