Primal Scream, Mumford & Sons, Chemical Brothers confirmed for Glastonbury 2011

14 new acts in total are added to the bash

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Primal Scream, Mumford and Sons, Warpaint, The Chemical Brothers and Fleet Foxes have all been added to the line up for this year's Glastonbury.

Organisers for the June bash have confirmed that 14 more acts have been added to the bill in total, with Crystal Castles, Laura Marling and Friendly Fires also among the new additions.

Primal Scream, who are currently touring their 1991 album 'Screamadelica' in its entirety, are set to headline The Other Stage on the Friday (24) night of the festival, reports the Guardian, with Mumford and Sons second on the bill.

Taking place at Worthy Farm from June 24-26, the festival's Pyramid Stage is to be headlined by U2 (24), Coldplay (25) and Beyonce (26).

The full list of confirmed acts for Glastonbury, so far, according to organisers is:

U2
Coldplay
Beyonce
Anna Calvi
BB King
Big Boi
The Chemical Brothers
Crystal Castles
Friendly Fires
Fleet Foxes
Gruff Rhys
James Blake
Janelle Monae
Laura Marling
Mumford & Sons
Primal Scream
Warpaint

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