Fleetwood Mac aren't headlining Glastonbury – but they're touring the UK next summer, says Mick Fleetwood

Bummer for big Mac fans.

Fleetwood Mac definitely aren’t headlining next year’s Glastonbury festival, according to bandleader Mick Fleetwood, who broke the news on BBC Radio 2 this morning.

“One of the things that I’d like to clear up is that we’re not playing Glastonbury,” he said. “A lot of folks think that we are, so loud and clear – we love Glastonbury and all the surrounding history of such a lovely festival but we’re not playing it.”

The drummer added: “No bad faith for Glastonbury because I just don’t want people thinking it’s us.” He was then asked if this meant the band will never play Worthy Farm to which the drummer replied: “Never say never.”

UK fans will still get a chance to see the band reunited on stage next year, said Fleetwood, revealing that a tour is planned for May and June with dates and venues will be announced next week. [via NME]



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