19:13 12 February 2010
Muse and Stevie Wonder will headline at this year's Glastonbury, it has been announced.
Music lovers will be treated to the performing greats as they join U2 at the summer festival.
Organisers have confirmed that Muse will top the bill on the main Pyramid Stage on Saturday 26 June.
Motown legend Stevie Wonder will close the event the following night.
Rockers U2 had already announced they were to perform on the Friday night.
The news of the all star lineup comes as Glastonbury, which celebrates its 40th anniversary this year, has received its license to continue until 2016.
Some 175,000 revellers are expected at the Someset festival, which has sold out.
The acts will be joined by artists including Dizzee Rascal, Corinne Bailey Rae, Andy Williams, Jack Johnson and Vampire Weekend.
Glastonbury officials have promised surprise big-name performances in addition to celebrate the anniversary.
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