Paul McCartney has expressed doubts about the possibility of making a headline at next year’s reorganized Glastonbury Festival.
This year’s Glastonbury was canceled due to a corona virus pandemic, and although the festival aims to return in 2021, organizer Emily Evis admitted earlier this week that she and her team could not confirm that the 2021 edition would go ahead as planned.
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Speaking The sun The day before the release of his new solo album, ‘McCartney III’, McCartney said that he wants to return to the live stage “whenever I can”, before it raises Glastonbury’s potential for summer.
“People are starting to find ways [of live performing] With zoom and social distance. “But for something like Glastonbury you’ve packed more than a million people into one field, it’s a super spreader, you know.
“But I’ll be glad we can come back – playing with some people would be a good change.”
In another interview, McCartney repeated his fears about Glastonbury Of BBC Radio 4 Today ProgramSays: “One million people are close by without flags and masks – you know, about the Super Spreader. I like this [happen], But I don’t think it will happen. ”
Beatle added that the 2021 Glastonbury is no longer in his diary.
Anyway, McCartney comforted him The sun Corona virus vaccine news interview, he shared his belief that “it will save us from this”.
“I think we will come through this, I know we will come through, this is great news about the vaccine. I will get it as soon as I am allowed. ”
Although Glastonbury has not officially confirmed any names for 2021, he said in June that he plans to combine the two festival lineups for the 2021 event and hopes that McCartney will be able to perform.
“We had Paul McCartney this year. It’s unbearable to think it’s not happening, because it would be the ultimate way to look at our fiftieth year, ”she said.
“We are optimistic, but this is good water. I really hope he comes back next year singing from the pyramid. ”