A Glastonbury Free Press poster which has been put up in some Oxfam stores says the grime artist and rapper will play on the Friday night of the world-famous festival in Somerset.
Sky News spoke to a member of staff at the charity’s store in Glastonbury, who confirmed the poster was up in the store but would not say where it had come from.
Another poster has also been spotted at a store in Streatham, southwest London. Staff there would not give any details.
No official announcement has been made on the Glastonbury website or social media sites, and organiser Emily Eavis is yet to comment on the reports.
Speaking at BBC Music Introducing Live earlier this month, Eavis hinted that a “great British artist” would headline at the 2019 festival. She also revealed the Friday headliner “hasn’t had a stage like this before”.
As always with Glastonbury announcements, the news was met with delight from some fans, and dismay from others.
The festival will take place on 26-30 June 2019.
Sky News has contacted Glastonbury and agents for Stormzy for comment.
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