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Turn On The Radio At Glastonbury

12:01 PM Friday 6/24/11 | |

Last year’s surprise Glastonbury set from Thom Yorke and Jonny Greenwood was such a hit that the Radiohead bandmates are coming back to the festival tonight.   

Glastonbury Festival officially kicked off today and runs through Sunday at Worthy Farm in Pilton, England. According to the festival’s list of 2011 line-up times, “special guests” will perform on The Park stage tonight between 7:45 p.m. and 9 p.m. local time.

NME.com reports that a representative for the band has confirmed that the “special guest” taking to the stage is Radiohead. The magazine notes that Yorke and Greenwood also rocked out on the Park Stage last year after being introduced by festival founder Michael Eavis as “the biggest surprise of the weekend.”

  • B.B. King

    The blues guitarist is all smiles at Glastonbury Festival. 
    June 24, 2011

    (AP Photo)

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James Blake, followed by Wild Beasts are scheduled to take over on The Park stage after the special guests.

U2 closes out the night on the Pyramid stage.

Saturday headliners include Coldplay, Elbow, Paolo Nutini and Tinie Tempah. Sunday features performances from Beyonce, Pendulum, Plan B and Paul Simon.

For more information, click here for Glatonbury’s website.

Click here for the NME.com story.


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