It’s time to consider the fringe contenders: do Queens Of The Stone Age have what it takes to leap up that one spot and pull in the crowds?
Glastonbury, a rock festival? Nah, they gave up the ghost with Orbital in the 90s, but no one, and certainly no woman, quite like Beyonce has ever headlined before, but did Queen B pull it off?
Coldplay not your thing, how about huddling around a campfire and watching Mumford & Sons with a 200 others?
So after all the talk; the rumours of protest, the idea that no one under the age of 30 would watch them, U2 took to the Glastonbury Pyramid Stage, but did they do enough to win over the skeptics?
The King Blues will be sub-headling the Lock-Up this August, but after a hit and miss new album are they still the formidable live force they once were.