Glastonbury Advises Festival-Goers To Prepare For Hot Weather

The festival has told ticket-goers how to cope with the heat ahead of the gates opening this Wednesday.

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Glastonbury has offered advice ahead of its gates officially opening tomorrow (21 June).

The festival, which runs from 21-25 June this year, has shared an image on social media warning ticket holders arriving tomorrow "stay hydrated".

See the photo, which is captioned: "As always, be prepared for all weather conditions. But if you’re arriving tomorrow it looks like being a sunny day, so please read this…"

See the latest weather forecast for Glastonbury Festival here.

Meanwhile, Glastonbury has advised ticket-goers to "pack light," as there will be stricter security this year.  

Here's a full list of all the stuff that you shouldn't be taking with you to Glastonbury this year.

Meanwhile, while most of acts have been confirmed for the festival - which will see Radiohead, Foo Fighters and Ed Sheeran headline  this year - there are still a few "TBA" slots yet to be filled, with The Killers heavily rumoured to make an appearance.

Watch him in our video below: 

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Are The Killers playing a secret set at Glastonbury?

Gordon Smart asks Brandon Flowers the question... but what does he say?

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When quizzed by Radio X's Gordon Smart, Brandon Flowers gave a rather unconvincing response  saying:"I think we're in Athens the day before, so I don't even know if it's possible."

Remaining tight-lipped, the Smile Like You Mean It rocker added coyly: "It's a whole lotta - I mean it's across the water..."

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