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Glastonbury Organisers Confirm Full Line Up And Set Times

Wednesday, 29 May 2019 Written by Laura Johnson

Artwork: HOLD YOUR COOL by Stanley Donwood

Glastonbury have confirmed the full line up that will head to Worthy Farm this summer.

Following a fallow year in 2018, the award-winning music and arts festival returns to Somerset in June. The first event took place in 1970 and it has since grown into one of the largest greenfield festivals in the world, attended by almost 200,000 people.

Over the years it has seen sets from T.Rex, David Bowie, Peter Gabriel, New Order, Van Morrison, the Smiths, Echo and the Bunnymen, the Cure, Elvis Costello, Van Morrison, Happy Mondays, Sinéad O'Connor, Oasis, Pulp, Radiohead, the Prodigy, Primal Scream, Blur, R.E.M., Manic Street Preachers, the Chemical Brothers, Coldplay, Rod Stewart, Stereophonics, Moby, Paul McCartney, Muse, the White Stripes, Arctic Monkeys, the Killers, the Who, Kings Of Leon, Jay-Z, Neil Young, Bruce Springsteen, Stevie Wonder, Beyoncé, U2, the Rolling Stones, Mumford & Sons, Arcade Fire, Metallica and Kanye West, among many others.

What? A five-day festival hosting the biggest names in music from around the world, as well as up-and-comers.

Where? Worthy Farm in Pilton, Somerset.

When? June 26 - 30.

Who? Headliners for the weekend include Janelle Monáe, who'll top the bill on the West Holts stage, while Kylie Minogue will fill the Sunday afternoon ‘legends’ slot on the Pyramid Stage, which Stormzy will headline on the Friday, the Killers the Saturday and the Cure close the stage on Sunday.

Also set to appear across the weekend are Janet Jackson, George Ezra, Liam Gallagher, Miley Cyrus, Tame Impala, the Chemical Brothers, Vampire Weekend Ms. Lauryn Hill, Christine and the Queens, Two Door Cinema Club, Jorja Smith, Bastille, Billie Eilish, Hozier, Sigrid, Snow Patrol, Cat Power, Wu-Tang Clan, Anne-Marie, Years and Years, Sheryl Crow, the Good, the Bad and the Queen, Hot chip, Stefflon Don, Jon Hopkins, Santigold, the Streets, Lizzo, Kamasi Washington, Idles, Rosalia, Jonny marr, Diplo, Mavis Stamples, Rex Orange County, BCUC, Little Simz, Michael Kiwanuka, Kate Tempest, Loyle Carner, King Princess, Junle, Neneh Cherry, Pale Waves, Sharon Van Etten, Pond, This Is The Kit, Sam Fender, Shura and loads more.

The Shangri-La area, the weird and wonderful mini city located within the south-east corner of the festival, will play host to performances by French metal goliaths Gojira, US rapper Denzel Curry and Bristol punks Idles, as well as the Damned, Craig Charles, Elvana, Rob Da Bank and Charlie Sloth. Across the area's many stages you can also catch Venom Prison, Haggard Cat, Heavy Lungs, Killdren and Gizz Butt — former live guitarist for the Prodigy, who will perform a Keith Flint tribute DJ set.

Hot on the heels of the Shangri-La announcement, we now know that Fatboy Slim, Carl Cox and Squarepusher will headline at the Glade, one of the festival's most popular dance areas. Other artists set to perform across the Glade Stage, the Spaceport, the Spike and the Glade Lounge are Seth Troxler, Idris Elba, George Fitzgerald, the Dub Pistols, Faithless, Noth Base, Leftfield, Patrick Topping, Mella Dee, Stanton Warriors, Dave Seaman, Don Letts, Tom Ravenscroft, Giant Swan and former snooker player Steve Davis. 

The line up announcement for The Common area at the festival has also been revealed. It will play host to performances by Hot Chip, Mike Skinner (DJ set), Jamie Jones, Jam Scones, Seth Troxler, Aleighchia Scott, and many more.

The bill for The Field Of Avalon area, meanwhile, will see sets from Bananarama, Beans On Toast, Cut Capers, Elephant Sessions, Frank Turner and the Sleeping Souls, Hobo Jones and the Junkyard Dogs, Ibibio Sound Machine, Jade Bird, James Morrison, Lucy Spraggan, Morcheeba, My Baby, Nahko and Medicine For The People, Reef, Skinny Lister, Steeleye Span, Tankus The Henge, the Bar-Steward Sons Of Val Doonican, the Blue Aeroplanes, the Burning Hell, the Cat Empire, the Dead South, the Magic Numbers, the Shires and Yola.

The Silver Hayes area has also been announced, with Peggy Gou, Camelphat, Kojey Radical, Ray BLK, Shy FX Presents Cul.Ture, Sub Focus B2B Wilkinson, Ferris and Sylvester, Grace Carter, and Buzzard Buzzard Buzzard set to perform, among others.

Head here for the full line up, including set times.

Tickets? Tickets are currently sold out. Head here for further information.





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