Tickets for next year's Glastonbury's festival have already sold-out despite any lineup announcements. But according to BBC News, one headliner may be announced sooner than later.
Led Zeppelin frontman Robert Plant noted he has spoken to festival organizer Michael Eavis about performing at Glastonbury next summer.
"I've just been talking to Michael," said the singer. "There's place for me there, but I have no idea who with."
Although there is interest to perform at the event's 40th anniversary, Plant isn't entirely sure who it will be with. Media outlets have already begun to speculate if his performance will be with bluegrass musician Alison Krauss or as a part of Led Zeppelin. In reality, one would assume Plant would perform with Krauss as the duo won a Grammy for their duet album Raising Sand, but that might not be the case for Glastonbury Festival.
Other artists rumored to be on the bill for Glastonbury 2010 include Radiohead, Coldplay and The Rolling Stones.