U2, a group of protesters allegedly will face when they headline the Glastonbury Festival this year, according to The Guardian.
Art Uncut by a tax on June 24 against the group group "convoluted" campaign against tax matters will participate in performance for U2.
U2 allegedly Netherlands in 2006 from Ireland for their business affairs so that a portion of the attractive tax breaks for artists in the Republic to avoid the limit.
Protest groups said they hope the band's performance ensure that their message is visible is not intended to interfere.
An Art Uncut spokesperson said: "Bono claims to care about the developing world, but U2 greedily indulges in the very kind of tax avoidance which is crippling the poor nations of this world."
A spokesperson for Bono's anti-poverty group One, responded: "U2's business arrangements have nothing to do with illegal tax evasion and transfer mispricing in developing countries, critical issues which Bono and One campaign on."
Adam Clayton is one of the U2 member has said that they wants to put "Glastonbury on steroids" on this June.