Stormzy confirmed as first Glastonbury headliner

It's official - Stormzy will be the first headliner at next year's Glastonbury festival.
Organiser Emily Eavis confirmed the news after Glastonbury Free Press posters put up in two Oxfam stores revealed the grime artist and rapper had been booked to perform on the world-famous Pyramid stage.
"Very happy to confirm Stormzy as our first headliner for next year," she said. "He's one of the most exciting British artists to come along in years and after seeing him play here in 2017 we knew next time he had to come back and headline the Pyramid."
Your Friday night Pyramid headliner is the mighty Stormzy!— Emily Eavis (@emilyeavis) November 15, 2018
Stormzy will close the stage on the Friday night of the Somerset festival, which takes place from 26 to 30 June 2019.He has also posted pictures confirming the news on his Instagram account, saying: "THE HEADLINE ACT - GLASTONBURY 2019."It will be his third Glastonbury appearance, following performances in the Sonic tent in 2016 and on the Other Stage in 2017.
So far, this poster has been spotted in Glastonbury and Streatham Oxfam shops. Anyone found any others?— GlastoWatch (@GlastoWatch) November 15, 2018
Social media had been rife with rumours earlier in the day after the posters were spotted at Oxfam stores in Glastonbury and Streatham, southwest London, close to where Stormzy grew up.Sky News spoke to a member of staff at the charity's store in Glastonbury, who confirmed the poster was up and would be staying up, but would not say where it had come from.
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