Festival Briefs: Glastonbury 1st Headliner, Let It Roll, Kylie Minogue, Treeefort, and New 2019 Dates!


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Twitter Has Opinions
After more than two years without a lineup announcement from Glastonbury, the world famous fest finally got the ball rolling with their Friday headliner. With predictions ranging from Fleetwood Mac to Madonna to the Rolling Stones, Glasto pulled a surprise move with Stormzy, a major grime artist not widely known outside the UK. As always, Twitter had something to say on the selection:

I mean I can accept Trumps bigotry, May’s incompetence and general social malaise but Stormzy at Glasto – enough is enough! #glastonbury2019 — @JonSchaaf99

Never understand why people moan about who is headlining a festival? It’s live music, enjoy it and be thankful you managed to get a ticket, yer fucking bellsniffs.
 — @KayleighMaC

I’d rather cut off my dick with a brick than see Stormzy headlining Glastonbury #Glastonbury2019 — @LewiP81 

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New Dates

Phoenix Lights (Arizona): April 5-6, 2019
Field Day (UK): June 7-8, 2019
Outlook Festival (Croatia): September 4-8, 2019
We Are Electric (Netherlands): July 5-7, 2019
Fresh Island (Croatia): July 15-17, 2019
AVA Festival (Northern Ireland): May 31-June 1, 2019

Lineup Quick Hits

Rock Werchter (Belgium): Kylie Minogue, Bring Me The Horizon
Glastonbury (UK): Stormzy
Heartland Festival (Germany): The Smashing Pumpkins, Die Antwoord
Mad Cool Festival (Spain): Mogwai
World Club Dome (Germany): Armin Van Buuren, Boris Brejcha, Marshmello, Sven Vath
Tomasvistas (Spain): Cigarettes After Sex, Beach House, Friendly Fires
Dark Star Jubilee (Ohio): Chris Robinson Brotherhood, Leftover Salmon

New Lineup Posters

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