By: Ane Taylor
Stage times for the Glastonbury Festival have been released and you won’t believe how long the Rolling Stones will be performing!
The iconic rock band, set to headline the festival for the first time, will be playing for a whole two hours and 15 minutes, taking the Pyramid Stage on Saturday June 29 at 9:30pm and wrapping things up at 11:45pm, according to NME.
With a little over two hours, the Stones, who are currently on their 50 & Counting Tour, will most likely rock a number of their greatest hits, and perhaps their newest tunes "One Last Shot" and "Doom and Gloom," which were featured on their latest compilation album, GRRR!, released last year.
NME also reports that for the first time, the BBC will live stream over 250 hours of footage, allowing fans to watch and choose different performances from the festival as they happen.
The UK festival will run from Wednesday June 26 to Sunday June 30 and will feature performances by Chase & Status, Public Enemy, Arctic Monkeys, Smashing Pumpkins and a tons more.
For more information on performers and stage times visit the Glastonbury Festival official website and for more information on the Rolling Stones head to their official website also.