It looks like Bruce Springsteen is making his way through the festival circuit this spring and summer. It was rumored just last week that Mr. America himself might possibly be headlining Bonnaroo Festival, but now Bruce will be making his way over to the U.K. for the Glastonbury Festival, where he will be the Saturday night headliner as well.
While we're a little curious as to how "Born In the U.S.A." will pan out over on the other side of the pond, the sold out music festival -- which will take place on June 26-28 -- and the its organizers are very excited to have Springsteen grace their stage. "I'm so pleased that Bruce Springsteen has agreed to come to Worthy Farm for the first time," said festival chief Michael Eavis. "He's one of the all-time rock legends and I'm confident that this will be one of our best shows ever."
Just last week, Emily Eavis, who helps run the festival, dismissed rumors that The Rolling Stones and U2 would be headlining the festival, but said "I'm knocked out that we've managed to get Bruce to play. It's the icing on the cake of this year's bill, which I'm sure will take everyone's breath away when we announce the full details."
So far, only a hand full of acts along with Bruce have been confirmed for the festival, including Bon Iver, Lilly Allen, and Franz Ferdinand. Among other artists rumored to play are Neil Young,Blur, Coldplay, and Oasis.