March 10, 2011 12:34

Glastonbury 2011 line-up

Find out who is set to play the legendary festival at Worthy Farm

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U2, Coldplay and Beyonce have all been confirmed for the June 2011 festival. To check ticket availability, head to NME.COM/tickets.

The bands confirmed for the festival are as follows:

Friday 24th June - Pyramid Stage:

Biffy Clyro
BB King
Wu Tang Clan
Two Door Cinema Club
The Master Musicians Of Joujouka

Friday 24th June - Other Stage:

Primal Scream
Mumford and Sons
Fleet Foxes
Bright Eyes
The Wombats
The Vaccines
The Kills

Friday 24th June - John Peel Stage:

DJ Shadow
The Coral
I Am Kloot
Darwin Deez
Cage The Elephant
Miles Kane

Friday 24th June - The Park Stage:

Crystal Castles
Special Guests
Big Audio Dynamite
Jenny and Johnny
Caitlin Rose
Dylan Le Blanc
Group Love

Friday 24th June - West Holts:

Cee Lo Green
Chase and Status
Jimmy Cliff
Heliocentrics with Mulatu
Little Dragon
Dengue Fever

Friday 24th June - Acoustic Stage:

Brit Floyd
Raul Malo From The Mavericks
Eric Bibb
Hothouse Flowers
Newton Faulkner
The Otway Band
Sean Rowe
Gabrielle Aplin
Rainy Boy Sleep

Friday 24th June - East Dance:

Fatboy Slim
Fatboy Vs Carl Cox
Carl Cox
The Midnight Beast
Katy B
Fenech Soler
Mike Posner

Friday 24th June - Oxlyers On West:

Annie Mac
Erol Alkan
James Holden
Jamie xx
The Jim Jones Revue
The King Blues
Emmy The Great
Summer Camp
Dry The River
Danny and the Champions of the World

Friday 24th June - Spirit Of 71:

The Crazy World Of Arthur Brown
Edgar Broughton
Shpongle DJ Set Feat Raja Ram
Murray Lachlan Young
Noel Harrison Trio And Friends
Solstice String Quartet

Friday 24th June - Glade Stage:

Asian Dub Foundation
Younger Brother
Robert Babicz
Engine Earz
Dub FX
Nathan Lee

Saturday 25th June - Pyramid Stage:

Paolo Nutini
Tinie Tempah
The Gaslight Anthem
Tame Impala

Saturday 25th June - Other Stage:

The Chemical Brothers
White Lies
Friendly Fires
Jimmy Eat World
Jessie J
Twilight Singers
Treetop Flyers
Alice Gold

Saturday 25th June - John Peel Stage:

Noah And The Whale
The Horrors
Anna Calvi
Dry The River
Brave Yesterday

Saturday 25th June - The Park Stage:

Wild Beasts
James Blake
Special Guests
Tame Impala
The Walkmen
Graham Coxon
Those Dancing Days
About Group
Baelearic Folk Orchestra
Ellen And The Escapades

Saturday 25th June - West Holts:

Big Boi
Janelle Monae
Aloe Blacc
Fool's Gold
Omar Souleyman
Brandt Bauer Frick
Nicolas Jaar Live
London Afrobeat Collective

Saturday 25th June - Acoustic:

Deacon Blue
Nick Lowe
Thea Gilmore sings Dylan's John Wesley Harding
The Webb Sisters
Emily And The Woods
Isobel Anderson
Simon Lynge

Saturday 25th June - East Dance:

Professor Green
Wretch 32
Jodie Connor
MZ Bratt
P Money
Dot JR

Saturday 25th June - Oxlyers On West:

John Digweed
Sander Kleinenberg - 5K Live Featuring Dev
Krafty Kuts With Dynamite MC
Cherry Ghost
Patrick Wolf
Pulled Apart By Horses
Fujiya & Miyagi
Phoenix Foundation
Ex Lovers

Saturday 25th June - Spirit Of 71:

Terry Reid
Linda Lewis
BJ Cole And Emily Burridge
Nick Lowe
Pink Faries
Charlie Dore And The Hula Valley Orchestra
Bex Marshall
Tom E Lewis
Baku Dan With Moussa Kouaty

Saturday 25th June - Glade Stage:

Lee Scratch Perry
Don Letts
Hiatus Feat LKJ
Prem Joshua
Gaudi Live
Tom E Lewis
Black Jesus Experience

Sunday 26th June - Pyramid Stage:

Plan B
Paul Simon
Laura Marling
Don McLean
The Low Anthem
Fisherman's Friends

Sunday 26th June - Other Stage:

Queens Of The Stone Age
Kaiser Chiefs
TV On The Radio
Bombay Bicycle Club
The Noisettes
Cold War Kids
Clare Maguire
Dan Mangan

Sunday 26th June - John Peel Stage:

The Streets
The Vaccines
Everything Everything
Ok Go
The Joy Formidable
Foster The People
Ragu Dixit
My Tiger My Timing

Sunday 26th June - The Park Stage:

Gruff Rhys
Lykke Li
John Grant
The Bees
James Vincent McMorrow
Sea Of Bees
The Pierces
Troy Ellis And Hall Jamaica

Sunday 26th June - West Holts:

Kool And The Gang
Hercules And Love Affair
The Go! Team
Duane Eddy
Jah Wobble And The Nippon Dub Ensemble
Jamie Woon
The Hidden Orchestra

Sunday 26th June - Acoustic:

Suzanne Vega
Imelda May
John Cooper Clarke
Wine Women & Song
London Community Gospel Choir
The Magnets
Iona Marshall
Caitlin Rose
Ellyn Maybe

Sunday 26th June - East Dance:

Pete Tong
The Japanese Popstars
Steve Lawler
Claude Vonstroke
Azari And 111
Funkagenda And Chris Lake B2B
Mark Knight
Matt Hardwick

Sunday 26th June - Oxlyers On West:

Subfocus And ID
DJ Fresh
Caspa And Rod Azlan
Skream And Benga
dan le sac Vs Scroobius Pip
Egyptian Hip Hop
Crystal Fighters
Esben And The Witch

Sunday 26th June - Spirit Of 71:

System 7
Nik Turner's Space Ritual
Robyn Hitchcock
Chris Jagger
Gringo Ska
Nigel Mazyln Jones
Avalon Free State Choir

Sunday 26th June - Glade Stage:

Plump DJ's
Pretty Lights
The Freestylers
London Elektricity
Camo And Krooked
Mr Nice
The Correspondents
Sashi And The Wild Beans

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