Glastonbury Festival bill day splits revealed

The day-to-day running order for next month's event has been posted online

Glastonbury Festival bill day splits revealed

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The day splits for the Glastonbury festival bill have been revealed.

Click here for the full day-to-day line up for the event, which reveals who will be playing on which stage and in what order, and scroll down for information on the Pyramid Stage, Other Stage, The Park Stage and John Peel Stage, starting with headliners. Glastonbury 2014 takes place on Worthy Farm over June 27-29, with the gates to festival opening on June 25.

Pyramid Stage
Friday
Arcade Fire
Elbow
Lily Allen
Rudimental
De La Soul
Rodrigo Y Gabriela
The War On Drugs
Turtle Island

Saturday
Metallica
Jack White
Robert Plant
Lana Del Rey
Kelis
Angel Haze
Nitin Sawney
Nick Mulvey

Sunday
Kasabian
The Black Keys
Ed Sheeran
Dolly Parton
The 1975
Toumani & Sidiki
Caro Emerald
English National Ballet

Other Stage
Friday
Skrillex
Paolo Nutini
Interpol
Foster The People
Haim
Band Of Skulls
John Newman
Blondie
Special Guests

Saturday
Jake Bugg
Pixies
Manic Street Preachers
Imagine Dragons
Kodaline
Warpaint
Midlake
Circa Waves
Jake Isaac

Sunday
Massive Attack
Ellie Goulding
Bombay Bicycle Club
The Horrors
Sam Smith
White Lies
Lucy Rose
The Subways
Bajofondo

The Park Stage
Friday
Metronomy
Four Tet
2 Bears (Dj Set)
Danny Brown
Parquet Courts
Jimi Goodwin
Courtney Barnett
Don Cavalli
Bipolar Sunshine
All We Are

Saturday
Mogwai
John Grant
Anna Calvi
Esg
Jagwar Ma
Nina Persson
Cate Le Bon
Young Fathers
Vance Joy
Luke Sital-Singh

Sunday
James Blake
St. Vincent
Yoko Ono Plastic Ono Band
Phosphorescent
Connan Mockasin
Juana Molina
Thunderbirds Are Go
Lau
The Rails

John Peel Stage
Friday
Kaiser Chiefs
Lykke Li
Chvrches
Wild Beasts
Crystal Fighters
Poli├ža
Temples
Drenge
Jungle
Money For Rope
Echo And The Empress

Saturday
MGMT
Chromeo
Little Dragon
Clean Bandit
Courtney Barnett
Wolf Alice
Fat White Family
Royal Blood
Hozier
Reignwolf
The Black Tambourines

Sunday
London Grammar
Chance The Rapper
The Brian Jonestown Massacre
Bleachers
King Charles
Dry The River
Tba
George Ezra
Lonely The Brave
The Preatures
Darlia


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