Glastonbury Festival - Other Stage bill revealed

NME.COM has all the details for this year's festival

Glastonbury Festival - Other Stage bill revealed
The Glastonbury Festival bill is due to be announced tomorrow (June 1) - but NME.COM has obtained a sneak preview of who will be playing the two main stages.

The Other Stage is headlined by Bjork, The Stooges and Chemical Brothers, as has long been confirmed.

Below is the line-up for the Other Stage as we understand it, though this may be subject to slight changes.

FRIDAY (June 22)
Arcade Fire
Rufus Wainwright
The Coral
Super Furry Animals
Bright Eyes
The Automatic
Modest Mouse
The Cribs
Reverend And The Makers
Mr Hudson And The Library

SATURDAY (June 23)
The Stooges
Maximo Park
Biffy Clyro
The Long Blondes
El Presidente
The Switches

SUNDAY (June 24)
The Chemical Brothers
The View
The Go! Team
The Rakes
Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly
Cold War Kids
The Sunshine Underground
The Enemy
The Holloways
Kharma 45

The other stage line-ups for this year's Glastonbury are also on NME.COM now, simply pick the stage you want from the index below:

Pyramid Stage
Other Stage
Jazz World
John Peel
Dance East
Dance West

For more on the festival go to the official site

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