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Stevie Wonder and Muse have been unveiled as the headline acts at Glastonbury Festival later this year.

Organiser Michael Eavis announced the news at the Event Production Show at the Olympia 2 in London. He stated that Muse will play the Saturday night (June 26) and said that it was probably that Stevie Wonder will headline the Sunday night (27). U2 have previously been announced as the Friday night (25) headliner.

Hot Chip, Vampire Weekend, Fatboy Slim and MGMT are also strongly rumored to play the Somerset festival in June.

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