GOOD Vibrations are heading to this year's Glastonbury Abbey Extravaganza as Beach Boys co-founder Brian Wilson was announced as headliner.

Michael Eavis announced the legendary singer/songwriter's show today, which will see him perform The Beach Boys’ seminal Pet Sounds album in full as part of the 50th anniversary tour at the event, on August 5.

Performing alongside a celebrated band, which includes his former bandmates Al Jardine and Blondie Chapman, Wilson will also treat the Abbey crowd to greatest hits and rare cuts from their vast back catalogue.

Mr Eavis said: “To have a music icon such as Brian to headline the Extravaganza is just fabulous; he is bringing his world-famous Pet Sounds to play for us and I am sure it will be one of the best nights we’ve ever done at the Abbey.”

And Brian sent this message to fans: “I love performing Pet Sounds with my band and look forward to playing back in Glastonbury, as I had a ball the last time we played at the festival, this show at the Abbey will be a special night, I look forward to seeing you all there, Love and Mercy, Brian.”

Also playing at the Extravaganza will be the world-famous brass band, the Black Dyke Band and the traditional firework display will round off the night.

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For the third year, limited camping has also been made available for Extravaganza ticket holders by Michael a short distance from the Abbey, with pitches starting at £20 for the weekend.

Pre-erected tents are also available.

Advance tickets cost the same as last year with adults £35 and £20 for a child aged six to 16. On the gate prices will be £40 and £25 for a child.

Accompanied children aged five and under do not require a ticket. Booking and postage fees apply. Terms and conditions apply.

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