Acts including [a]Autechre[/a] and [a]Death In Vegas[/a]' [b]Richard Fearless[/b] will play [b]The Glade[/b]...

Autechre, DEATH IN VEGAS' RICHARD FEARLESS, Soulwax and ZION TRAIN are amongst the first names to be confirmed for the GLADE STAGE at this year's GLASTONBURY FESTIVAL.

The Glade, which is an open-air, 4,000 capacity stage, is a new addition to this year's festival and will feature both live bands and DJs over the three days.

The full list of bands confirmed to play The Glade so far is: Hillage & System 7, Tony Global & Goodfella, Will White, Mira Calix, Autechre, Squid Inc, Earthtribe, Visitation, Marineville, ISM, S.F.G., Beatz & Bobz featuring Hybrid Sound System, The Spoon Wizard, Danny McMillan, Tayo, Darren Chapman, Undivided Attention, Statik Sound System, Hallucinogen, Zohar, amoebaassassin, Zion Train, Michael Dog, Geko Beats, DJ Senser, Transglobal Sound System, Six Shooter, Richard Fearless, Soulwax, The Hed Kandi Chill Out Sessions featuring Afterlife and Banco de Gaia.

This year's Glastonbury Festival takes place at Worthy Farm, Pilton over the weekend of June 23-25. Other headliners across the stages include Travis, David Bowie, Fatboy Slim, Chemical Brothers and Kelis. The full line-up for this year's festival will be announced on June 3.

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