Glastonbury 2011 line-up - fans give their verdicts

Fans debate online at NME.COM/blogs

Glastonbury 2011 line-up - fans give their verdicts
Glastonbury 2011's full line-up was unveiled by organisers this afternoon (April 14) and fans have been posting their verdicts online at NME.COM/blogs.

The likes of Morrissey, Biffy Clyro and Warpaint are all now confirmed for the bash, along with hundreds of other acts. Reaction to the line-up has been mixed, though most users seemed happy with the bill.

NME.COM user Graham Nutshell exclaimed that the news was "just awesome", while Scott Howland was equally excited, writing: "I cant wait! Amazing line-up!"

Will Orchard was more critical, calling the line up "underwhelming" and adding: "The big stage draws are either not my cup of tea or, if they are, they're already at other festivals."

Rónán Creighton's reaction was mixed, describing the bill as "quantity over quality", but adding that there was "some good stuff" and that event was "still worth the money."

Blog: Glastonbury announces 2011 line-up - what do you think?

Gallery: Glastonbury 2010 – giant photo gallery

Gallery: 40 things you never knew about Glastonbury

Blog: Which Summer Weekender Has The Best Line-Up?

Classic photos from Glastonbury Festival


Read More On This Artist

More News
'Avi Buffalo is over', frontman confirms
Taylor Swift disqualified from Triple J's Hottest 100 list after online campaign
Bill Clinton turns down offer to play saxophone on US band Firework's album
Ian Brown tells court weatherman and teacher Fred Talbot made class watch gay porn film
Wu-Tang Clan members team up for documentary about Raekwon's solo album
Hot Chip and Sleater-Kinney among first names to be confirmed for 6 Music Festival
Fans react to news of Tom Delonge's departure from Blink-182
Possible early Aphex Twin demos posted onto Soundcloud by mystery user
Carl Barât on new Libertines album: 'I'm proud of what we've written so far'
O2 Priority Tickets for The Vaccines, Elbow, Nicki Minaj and more available tomorrow
Alabama Shakes, Django Django and Slaves announced for The Great Escape 2015
Chris Robinson on The Black Crowes' split: 'It's more complicated than Rich's...
Blink-182 confirm split from 'disrespectful and ungrateful' Tom DeLonge
Stereophonics, Van Morrison, Paul Weller, The Who, Noel Gallagher to headline Teenage Cancer Trust
Babes In Toyland announce May 2015 UK reunion tour
Tom DeLonge denies leaving Blink-182
The Prodigy share 'The Day Is My Enemy' title track - listen
Catfish And The Bottlemen cover The Killers' 'Read My Mind' - watch
London's 12 Bar Club re-opened by squatters
All We Are stream debut album online
Ariel Pink unveils 'Dayzed Inn Daydreams' video – watch
Muse confirm new album title 'Drones' in latest in-the-studio video

More News

Comments

Please login to add your comment.

Latest Tickets - Booking Now
 
Know Your NME
 

 
NME Store & Framed Prints
Inside NME.COM