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What we know about Glastonbury 2015 so far: confirmed acts, banned costumes

What we know about Glastonbury 2015 so far: confirmed acts, banned costumes

It may feel like, in this recent bout of sleet, snow and wind, Glastonbury could be no further away.

To try and bring it a little closer, we've been scratching our heads at the office and putting together everything we already know about this summer's visit to Worthy Farm.

Here's what we know about Glastonbury Festival 2015.

- Tickets cost £225, but they are sold out.

- Acts confirmed thus far: in bizarre fashion, the religious figure the DALAI LAMA leaked his own unique appearance at Worthy Farm this year on his website, before quickly removing it. LIONEL RICHIE will play the iconic Sunday Afternoon slot, whilst Manchester duo TWIN HIDDEN were the first act confirmed for the festival. Gospel singer and civil rights activist, MAVIS STAPLES was most recently confirmed.

- After an online petition, Native American headdresses were banned from this year's festival.

- Michael Eavis' will announce the headliners on April 1st: Eavis confirmed that one of the three artists has "been around for a long time".


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