Clear your schedule next June as Stormzy has been announced as the first Glastonbury 2019 headliner.
The Somerset festival appear to have revealed the exciting news by plastering posters in windows of Oxfam shops on Thursday.
It also reveals the Big For Your Boots rapper will grace Worthy Farms Pyramid Stage on Friday 28 June. Under the Glastonbury Free Press logo, the poster says: Stormzy Friday! First Glastonbury headliner revealed.
Glastonbury are yet to confirm the news on social media but, clearly, the poster speaks volumes.
Stormzy as the first addition to the 2019 line-up has received mixed reviews so far.
One supporter tweeted: Stormzy being one of Glastonburys headliners is an excellent decision.
Another Stormzy fan weighed in: Mad to see stormzy headlining Glastonbury. He can definitely do it.
Others werent exactly impressed with the headliner choice, with one critic stating: So Stormzy is headlining Glastonbury. If thats not selling its sole then what is? Im not totally against him even performing on the Pyramid, hed do a good set, but to headline it. The Rolling Stones, Bowie, The Who…. Stormzy.
Another agreed: Just dont think Stormzy is big enough to headline Glastonbury.
The incredible milestone has certainly come very early in Stormzys career with the 25-year-old releasing his debut album, Gang Signs & Prayer, in February 2017.
GSAP earned critical-acclaim and went straight in at number one on the UK charts.
The announcement comes just days after Stormzy was hotly-tipped to take the Friday slot. Other acts rumoured for the remaining headliner sets, include Childish Gambino and Liam Gallagher, while Paul McCartney and The Cure are also favourites.
Stormzy will now become the first British rapper to headline Glasto after Jay-Z flew the flag for the US in 2008.
After taking a break this year, Glastonbury 2019 will arrive at Worthy Farm in Somerset on 26 June until 30 June.
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