One of the biggest bands in the world have teased a potential Glastonbury headline show in 2020, and we are SHAKING.
Fleetwood Mac hinted that the festival's 50th anniversary would be the perfect place for the music legends to make their first appearance, saying they "have a big field to play."
The band's co-founder and drummer Mick Fleetwood dropped major hints at their Wembley show last Sunday, saying that Worthy Farm could be in the works.
Mentioning playing “a rained-out festival in England next year”, fans at the show lost their damn minds, understandably.
Concert-goers quickly spread the news all over Twitter about the less-than-subtle clues about the highly-anticipated festival.
The band have never played Glastonbury, with 71-year-old Mick recently admitting that the group would "burn in hell" if they never accepted the slot as the headline act.
all i can think about atm is glastonbury 2019 and fleetwood mac really just did this??? sorry to report that next year's ticket fears have already begun. I cannot process this. pic.twitter.com/KXyj4tgQqE
— Rosie Storey Hilton (@rosieshilton) June 16, 2019
The rocker told The Independent that Fleetwood Mac have been approached about the opportunity: "Of course, we’ve been asked to play and it’s never worked out.
"I think I’ll burn in hell if we don’t do it one day," he added. Indeed they would.
This years' Glastonbury will be headlined by Stormzy, The Cure and The Killers.
Stevie Nicks, Christine McVie, John McVie, Mike Campbell, and Neil Finn would presumably take the top billing if they took the slot, and we're saying our prayers already.
Bear in mind, these rumours are based on a couple of concert-goers' fan tweets, and could be speculation.
We can still dream though, can't we?
Feature image: Instagram/@fleetwooddmac