3) Pink Floyd
They currently have an exhibition at the V&A, Their Mortal Remains, showcasing their legacy but the surviving members of Pink Floyd haven’t played together since 2005’s Live 8. So now could be the perfect opportunity for Roger Waters and David Gilmour to put differences aside, join up with drummer Nick Mason, dust off some of those old stage props and inflatables, and show Glastonbury how live music is done.
4) Led Zeppelin
Michael Eavis, the festival’s founder and grandmaster, is a big fan of Led Zeppelin and is keen for the band to play there. In fact it was after Eavis snuck through a hedge with his girlfriend (and future wife), Jean, at the Shepton Mallet Blues Festival to see Led Zeppelin that he got the idea for Glastonbury. Plus rumors of a reunion were sparked when back in May Robert Plant left a cryptic message on his website, which is still there, saying, “Any time now…” Could Glasto be that time?
5) Lady Gaga
The pop superstar did play The Other Stage back in 2009, but has yet to come back to Pilton. Things went into overdrive about an appearance from her when, in an NME interview last year she was asked about the festival and replied, “Glaaaastonbury! I don’t have permission to say anything about that.” She’s also due to start a new world tour of album Joanne this August, so playing Worthy Farm in some capacity could be a good precursor to that.