The Who are to play the Pyramid Stage on Sunday 28th June, closing this year's sold-out Glastonbury Festival.
The legendary rock band will reportedly join other headliners of the music festival, Kanye West and Foo Fighters, to entertain fans in June. The band last played the festival in 2007 alongside Paul Weller, Arctic Monkeys and The Killers.
An inside source for the festival told The Sun newspaper: "The Who booking has been kept quiet because the band are also playing a Hyde Park gig for the British Summer Time festival so the announcement will be made in a few weeks.
"The band are still one of the best live groups and are currently on their 50th-anniversary tour, so it’s bound to be an amazing show.
"There’ll also be support from an artist like Paul Weller or Noel Gallagher. It will be a dream night for rock fans."
The Who are already booked to play in Paris, France on the same evening but are said to be keen to rearrange that show so they can perform at Glastonbury.