Metallica named as third Glastonbury headliner, plus more names added to bill

Stage split announced, with Skrillex, Jake Bugg and Massive Attack headlining the Other Stage

Metallica named as third Glastonbury headliner, plus more names added to bill

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Metallica have been confirmed as the third, and final, headline act at Glastonbury 2014, joining fellow headliners Arcade Fire and Kasabian at the top of the bill. The first metal artists to headline Glastonbury in its 44-year history, Metallica headline on Saturday June 28 with Arcade Fire the previous night and Kasabian starring on June 29.

The full line-up for the festival has been confirmed, including which stage each artist is playing. Skrillex headlines the Other Stage on the Friday, followed by Jake Bugg on Saturday and Massive Attack on the Sunday.

Disclosure, MIA and Bryan Ferry headline West Holts, while Metronomy, Mogwai and James Blake top the bill at The Park Stage. Headlining the John Peel Stage are MGMT, London Grammar and Kaiser Chiefs, who are a new name on the bill.

Other notable new additions include The Horrors, Haim and Bombay Bicycle Club, who all play on the Other Stage, and Radiohead guitarist Jonny Greenwood, who performs with The London Sinfonietta at West Holts along with fellow new addition Deltron 3030.



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The final tickets for Glastonbury 2014 sold out in 16 minutes following a resale on April 27. Tickets that were cancelled or not paid for in full were made available to the public to purchase and were duly snapped up in just over a quarter of an hour.

Disclosure, Lily Allen, Lana Del Rey, Jack White, Skrillex, MIA, Pixies, Jake Bugg, Warpaint, Blondie, The Black Keys and Dolly Parton were confirmed earlier this year. Scroll down to see the full list of every artist confirmed to perform at Glastonbury 2014 so far.

The Glastonbury 2014 line-up is:

Pyramid Stage:
Arcade Fire
Metallica
Kasabian
Dolly Parton
Jack White
Elbow
The Black Keys
Robert Plant
Lily Allen
Ed Sheeran
Lana Del Rey
Rudimental
De La Soul
Kelis
Rodrigo Y Gabriela
The 1975
Angel Haze
Toumani & Sidiki Diabate
The War On Drugs
Nitin Sawhney
Nick Mulvey
Caro Emerald
Turtle Island
English National Ballet

Other Stage
Skrillex
Jake Bugg
Massive Attack
Paolo Nutini
Pixies
Manic Street Preachers
Interpol
Ellie Goulding
HAIM
Bombay Bicycle Club
Foster The People
Imagine Dragons
Blondie
White Lies
Kodaline
Warpaint
The Horrors
John Newman
Midlake
Sam Smith

West Holts Stage
MIA
Bryan Ferry
Disclosure
Jurassic 5
Goldfrapp
Bonobo
Tune-Yards
Seun Kuti & Egypt 80
The Wailers
The Daptone Super Soul Revue
Sun Ra Arkestra
Vintage Trouble
The London Sinfonietta & Jonny Greenwood
Deltron 3030
Public Service Broadcasting
The Internet
The Stepkids
The Lee Thompson Ska Orchestra
John Wizards
Troker
Melt Yourself Down

The Park Stage
Metronomy
Mogwai
James Blake
Four Tet
John Grant
St Vincent
Yoko Ono Plastic Ono Band
ESG
Danny Brown
Anna Calvi
Parquet Courts
Phosphorescent
2 Bears
Jagwar Ma
Connan Mockasin
Jimi Goodwin
Courtney Barnett
Nina Persson
Juana Molina
Cate Le Bon
Thunderbirds Are Go
Don Cavalli
Lau
Young Fathers
Bipolar Sunshine
Vance Joy

John Peel Stage
Kaiser Chiefs
MGMT
London Grammar
Lykke Li
Chvrches
Wild Beasts
Chromeo
Crystal Fighters
Little Dragon
Chance The Rapper
Clean Bandit
Royal Blood
Polica
Temples
Jungle
Wolf Alice
Fat White Family
Hozier
Drenge
The Brian Jonestown Massacre
Bleachers
Dry The River
George Ezra

Acoustic Stage
Dexys
Suzanne Vega
Tinariwen
Nick Lowe
Paul Heaton & Jacqui Abbott
Alison Moyet
Kacey Musgraves
Fisherman’s Friends
Rainy Boy Sleep
John Illsley
Thea Gilmore
Clannad

Silver Hayes
Fatboy Slim
Richie Hawtin
Annie Mac
Above And Beyond
Ella Eyre
Toddla T

Avalon Stage
Beth Orton
Emiliana Torrini
Gabrielle Aplin
Hazel O’Connor
Hudson Taylor
Johnny Flynn & The Sussex Wit

Left Field
Billy Bragg
Dan Le Sac Vs Scroobius Pip
Anti-Flag
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