Glasto: the 2007 line-up

NME.COM sees who's playing so far ahead of Sunday's ticket sales

With tickets for the Glastonbury Festival set to go onsale this week (April 1), NME.COM has compiled a comprehensive list of who is playing this year’s bash so far.

To find out how to get into this year’s bash when tickets go on sale at 9am on Sunday (April 1), check out our handy guide now, in the meantime here are the acts set to play the festival on June 22-24.

As previously reported, the Pyramid Stage headliners will be Arctic Monkeys, The Killers and The Who.

Now this list draws together all the other bands who will be at Glastonbury this year based on comments from organisers including Michael Eavis, acts talking to NME.COM directly, plus announcements on acts’ official websites.

The Glastonbury line-up so far (in alphabetical order) is:

Adjagas

Amy Winehouse

Annuals

Arcade Fire

Arctic Monkeys

Babyshambles

Beirut

Billy Bragg

Bjork

Bloc Party

Bright Eyes

Chas N Dave

Chemical Brothers

Chumbawamba

Corinne Bailey Rae

Credence Clearwater Revival (John Fogerty)

CSS

Cud

Damian Marley

Damien Rice

Dirty Pretty Things

Dr Meaker (unsigned bands contest: Dance winner)

Editors

Enter Shirkari

Fatboy Slim

Feluka (unsigned bands contest: Jazz World winner)

Fionn Regan

Ghost Cat

Glastonbury Town Band

Hot Chip

Jamie T

Joss Stone

Kasabian

Kaiser Chiefs

Klaxons

Kubichek!

Larrikin Love

Lily Allen

Liz Green (unsigned bands contest: Acoustic Stage and overall winner)

Madness

Manic Street Preachers

Mark Lanegan

Mika

Paul Weller

Pete Doherty (solo)

Seth Lakeman

Shirley Bassey

Smokey Robinson

Steve Earle

Super Furry Animals

The Earlies

The Epstein (unsigned bands contest: Acoustic Stage runner up)

The Good, The Bad And The Queen

The Grim Northern Social (unsigned bands contest: John Peel Stage winner)

The Fratellis

The Killers

The Kooks

The New Pornographers

The Rakes

The Rumble Strips

The Stooges

The Twang

The View

The Waterboys

The Who

The Wurzels

The Young Knives

Three Daft Monkeys

Tunng

The line-up will be officially confirmed by organisers in June.