Glastonbury Festival organizer Michael Eavis has hinted that [lastfm]Coldplay[/lastfm] are scheduled to play as headliners at this year’s event.
In an interview with a radio station, the 74-year-old farmer and concert organizer said, “They’ve played four or five times already but they’ll be back next year, I’m sure.”
Coldplay, who have not yet confirmed if they will be playing at this year’s event, initially played at Glastonbury in 1999 and last performed in 2005.
The 2010 Glastonbury Music Festival, which will be held at Eavis’ Worthy Farm in Pilton, U.K., kicks off Friday, June 25. It will feature performances by such big names as Muse, U2, Stevie Wonder, Vampire Weekend, Faithless, the Dead Weather and former Kinks frontman Ray Davies. The festival is sold out.