Rolling Stones Getting Standard Pay For Glastonbury

(Classic Rock) The Rolling Stones are getting the "bog standard" fee for headlining Glastonbury, organiser Michael Eavis has confirmed.

Fans will be able to see Mick Jagger and co plus hundreds of other acts for around half the price of a standard ticket to the Stones' 50th anniversary concerts last year.

And when the veterans take to the stage on June 29 they won't be receiving preferential treatment in terms of money.

Eavis tells the BBC Today programme: "There's a bog standard price for the headliner we get headliners for a tenth of the normal price. They're not being paid very much.

"Headliners are always good to us because they want to do it. They get TV and huge record sales straight after the show." more on this story

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