BIG beat musician Fatboy Slim has been confirmed as part of the Silver Hayes line-up for Glastonbury Festival 2022. 

Over 100 Silver Hayes acts have been announced in the festival's latest line-up poster.

A spokesperson for Glastonbury Festival said: "Silver Hayes makes a long-anticipated return to Glastonbury for 2022, with a heavyweight line-up two years in the making.

"Sprawling across four stages, 2022’s offering bridges all manner of UK club and festival sounds, bringing the best names in electronic, RnB, bass, rap, drum & bass, and dub music, from headline artists such as Fatboy Slim, Overmono, Kojey Radical, HAAi, Romy, Arrdee, Batu, Avalon Emerson, Optimo, Nia Archives, Mura Masa, TSHA, and Hybrid Minds.

"SONIC & WOW make a welcome return, whilst new additions come in the form of THE LONELY HEARTS CLUB – an art deco cinema structure standing over 40 foot high - and FIRMLY ROOTED, a space celebrating all things sound-system culture." 

Glastonbury 2022: Silver Hayes line-up poster

After the news was announced, Fatboy Slim (real name Norman Quentin Cook) tweeted a video of a past performance and said: "Dreaming of daft Glastonbury moments like this one from 2013 at Silver Hayes.

"See you back on the farm in June!"

Fatboy Slim, who lives in Hove, is best known for songs including 'Praise You', 'Right Here, Right Now', 'Weapon of Choice', and 'The Rockafeller Skank'. 

He is also set to headline the On the Beach festival in Brighton in June. 

Last week, the Field of Avalon was the first Glastonbury Festival area to have its full line-up confirmed. 

Big names announced as part of the Field of Avalon's schedule include McFly, Sugababes, and The Damned.

After two years away, around 210,000 people are expected to flock to Worthy Farm in Somerset between June 22 and 26 for this year's event.  

In October, it was announced that Billie Eilish will become the festival's youngest-ever solo headliner on the Pyramid Stage on the Friday night.

On the Saturday night, Sir Paul McCartney will headline the Pyramid Stage for the second time in his career, and American rapper Kendrick Lamar will bring the festival to a close on Sunday. 

Diana Ross will fill the Sunday afternoon legends slot, two years after she was first scheduled to perform.