Ed Sheeran has confirmed he will be headlining the Glastonbury Festival on the Sunday night.
He'll close the Pyramid stage, and joins Foo Fighters, who top Saturday’s bill, and Radiohead who headline on the Friday.
The 26-year-old has performed at the festival a couple of times before, but never as a headliner. He first appearance on the Croissant Neuf stage back in 2011.
He made the announcement with a video on his Instagram feed, describing the billing as "awesome".
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