Led Zeppelin have been in negotiations to headline next year’s Glastonbury Festival, it has been reported.
The rock legends have apparently been in talks with Glastonbury head Michael Eavis about the mouth-watering prospect. They have even give the Worthy Farm owner a price for performing at the June event.
Despite the early talks, the NME claims that the negotiations have broken down after the rock outfit’s representatives named too high a price, prompting Eavis to pull out.
Glastonbury, of course, has a capped fee that they are willing to pay artists – unlike many other major UK festivals.
If Led Zeppelin do eventually sign up, expect Glastonbury to sell out in a nanosecond.