Having released their first studio album for five years, Radiohead are now odds-on with us to headline any day of the Glastonbury festival in 2017.
Thom Yorke’s band, whose A Moon Shaped Pool was released in May earlier this year, are 4/6 to take to the Pyramid Stage in the last slot of any night next summer.
That puts them ahead of Leicester rockers Kasabian, who are at even money, and American icons Guns N’ Roses, who are a 6/4 chance.
Tickets for the famous music festival sold out within an hour of going on sale on Sunday morning, so rumours have now moved on to who will take the stage.
The festival also confirmed that 2018 will be a fallow year, meaning anyone that missed out on tickets for 2017 will have to wait two years to get another chance to attend.
We’re also taking bets that the festival changes location for its 2019 return, with Longleat the even-money favourite and Worthy Farm next in the betting at 7/4.
Alex Donohue of Ladbrokes said: “Many of the usual suspects are favoured in the Glastonbury headliner betting and plenty of fans think it could finally be The Stone Roses’ year. For those not lucky enough to get tickets, there’s a glimmer of hope the festival will return to Worthy Farm in 2019 after all.”
The Stone Roses are 7/4 to headline any day of the 2017 Glastonbury Festival.
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing