Glastonbury's BBC Introducing stage line-up revealed

George Ezra, Glass Animals and Eurovision's Molly all set to perform later this month

Glastonbury's BBC Introducing stage line-up revealed

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The line-up for the BBC Introducing Stage at this year's Glastonbury Festival has been revealed.

Aiming to give brand new bands and artists the opportunity to perform at the Worthy Farm festival, the stage has also seen bigger acts perform secret sets to intimate audiences. In 2013 Haim, The xx and Rizzle Kicks all made appearances.

Artists lining up to perform for BBC Introducing this year include George Ezra, Marmozets and Molly – who represented the United Kingdom at this year's Eurovision Song Contest. Glass Animals (pictured right), Soak, Gengahr and Beaty Heart will perform. There are also four slots still to be filled.

Earlier this week stage times for this month's festival were revealed. Click here for information on the timings for the Pyramid Stage, Other Stage, West Holts Stage, The Park Stage, John Peel Stage Acoustic Tent and Avalon Stage.

The list of artists performing on the BBC Introducing Stage at Glastonbury this year is as follows:

Molly
Violet Skies
Izzy Bizu
Carnabells
The Wood Burning Savages
Dan Hyde
Beaty Heart
George Ezra
Aquilo
Soak
One Bomb
Gengahr
Annie Eve
Polly Money
Marmozets
Port Isla
Flights Of Helios
Dolomite Minor
Kizzy Crawford
Glass Animals
Findlay
Låpsley
Circus
Kagoule
FURS


Glastonbury 2014 takes place on Worthy Farm over June 27-29, with the gates to festival opening on June 25.






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