Glastonbury Festival organiser Emily Eavis has denied that the ‘leaked’ line-up for the 2017 edition of the event is real, slamming it as “fake news” and assuring fans that the real line-up will be announced in the very near future.

Over the weekend, music fans saw a spreadsheet of the supposed finalised line-up and stage schedules of Glastonbury 2017 on the public-edited site Clashfinder. So far, the only confirmed performers have been two of the three headliners, Radiohead and Foo Fighters, but the purported line-up included the likes of Lorde, Haim, Royal Blood, Craig David, Stormzy and even the legendary Kraftwerk.

Emily Eavis Michael EavisEmily Eavis, pictured with her father Michael, has denied that the leaked Glastonbury line-up is real

However, the festival’s organisers told BBC’s Newsbeat on Monday (March 6th): “The line-up posted on that fan site is definitely not accurate.”

Emily Eavis, who has organised the festival in place of her father Michael for several years now, then tweeted: “Don't believe everything you read, our line up has not been leaked. The actual line up will be with you soon! #fakenews”

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Back in February, the NME reported that Glastonbury bosses were going to announce the full line-up for 2017 at some point in March, saying that bookings had been higher than ever before and that the site would include a new ‘drive-in cinema’ area.

Ed Sheeran is overwhelmingly the favourite to be announced as the Saturday night headliner, although the likes of Green Day and Daft Punk have also repeatedly been tipped for it.

However, a few of the acts named on the apparently erroneous Clashfinder timetable have subtly been linking themselves to the festival over the last few weeks.

New Zealand-born star Lorde, returning with her first album in four years later in 2017, told Radio 1 in a recent interview: “We're coming over there [the UK] much sooner than you think. Farms are cool, I'm a big fan of farms so who knows? I love a farm but that's all I'm saying.”

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