Vampire Weekend to play Glastonbury 2010

Emily Eavis uses twitter to confirm the band will make an appearance at the festival

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Vampire Weekend are set to play the Friday night (June 25) of Glastonbury this summer, according to festival organiser Emily Eavis.

Eavis took to her Twitter page at Twitter.com/emilyeavis to confirm the news, writing, “YES, FRIDAY 25th?” when asked about the band. She later posted, “…They have already been booked I promise!”

U2 are already confirmed to headline the Pyramid Stage on the Friday night (June 25) of Glastonbury this year. The festival takes place on June 25-27.

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