Kasabian Returns in Style: British Rock Icons Set to Electrify Glastonbury 2024 with Secret Saturday Performance

Glastonbury 2024 kicked off with a bang as the first secret sets were announced shortly after Worthy Farm opened its gates. Beans On Toast, the beloved folk artist also known as Jay McAllister, thrilled fans with news on Instagram.

Scheduled for 4:30pm at the Greenpeace stage, he promised to perform his entire upcoming album ‘Wild Goose Chasers’.

Starting out in London pubs in 2005, Beans On Toast released his debut album ‘Standing on a Chair’ in 2009.

He’s become a fixture at Glastonbury, dropping new albums every December 1.

Kasabian Returns After a Decade

In another surprise announcement, British rock band Kasabian will grace the stage on Saturday at 6pm.

Ten years since their last Worthy Farm appearance, the band, led by Serge Pizzorno, eagerly anticipates their secret set.

A source revealed, “Glastonbury is always special, but this year Kasabian is especially excited, marking a decade since their last performance here.”

They embraced the idea of a secret set proposed by festival organizer Emily Eavis, promising an hour of electrifying performance.

More Surprises Await

Throughout the weekend, Worthy Farm will host additional surprise acts, continuing Glastonbury’s tradition of unexpected performances.

Previous surprise artists have included icons like The Killers, Radiohead, and Foo Fighters.

This year’s lineup boasts headliners Coldplay, Dua Lipa, and SZA, with country star Shania Twain set for the legendary Legends slot on Sunday afternoon.

Clash with Football Fever

Despite the stellar music lineup, football enthusiasts will be disappointed as Glastonbury organizers confirmed no Euros matches will be screened at the festival, including England’s upcoming match on Sunday.

This decision comes as the England game overlaps with SZA’s Pyramid Stage performance, potentially leading some fans to leave early.

Earlier, hopes were high to show matches on big screens, but clashes with headline acts led to the decision not to broadcast the last 16 matches involving England or Scotland.

“We’ve aimed to accommodate matches in past years, especially before main stage events began,” organizers stated.

“However, with scheduling conflicts this year, we won’t screen the matches, wishing both England and Scotland the best in Germany.

Hopefully, fans can catch quarter-final action post-festival.”

Glastonbury 2024 promises a blend of musical brilliance and unexpected surprises, ensuring another unforgettable year at Worthy Farm.

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