The rumour mill has already started turning for this year's Glastonbury festival and here are some of the bands you can expect to see on the Pyramid Stage (and when!) at this year's Glastonbury Festival.
On Friday night, we expect Keane to be the act that plays before the headliner (or perhaps the third from last). Michael Eavis saw them at their re-scheduled gig in Bristol last night, and we're told that although the band were keeping their lips tightly zipped, the same can't be said for Michael.
Saturday night - which Michael has been quoted as saying would have "the best songwriters in the world today" - we believe will be headlined by Coldplay. We're uncertain who will play before them, but Embrace is a name that has been mentioned.
And third from top on Saturday it is believed to be Ian Brown, who is likely to be playing a set with many Stone Roses numbers. Efestival.co.uk information on this appears to be confirmed by comments Brown made to BBC's 6 Music.
There will NOT be a festival in 2006 to give the Eavis family and the local residents a break, so the chances of Coldplay performing at this year's event are higher than first thought. Tickets go on sale on April 3rd.