Now artists including The xx, Biffy Clyro, The Royal Blood, Lorde, Stormzy, Katy Perry and Father John Misty have all been added to the bill.
The National have also been added to the line-up and fans are reacting excitedly.
The National are at Glastonbury. Noting can spoil today, nothing. pic.twitter.com/x7LyiPTaF9
— Boss Hog (@jjbeeson) March 30, 2017
Bloody hell. That Glastonbury line-up is something. Biffy Clyro, The National and Katy Perry – all playing but not headline acts? Stonking.
— Andrew Steel (@andrewsteel52) March 30, 2017
THE NATIONAL. Fuck. Glastonbury. Military style operation to get a resale ticket needed. #Glastonbury2017
— ross legg (@ross_legg) March 30, 2017
Meanwhile, there has been a largely positive reaction to the unexpected news that ‘Mr Boombastic’ himself, Shaggy, will be playing Glastonbury this year.
Asif shaggy is at Glastonbury, someone come with me please ?
— emily? (@foreverourolly) March 30, 2017
I think the big news of the day is Glastonbury have booked Shaggy #Glastonbury2017
— Sophie Prideaux (@sophieprideaux) March 30, 2017
SHAGGY AT GLASTONBURY SHAGGY AT GLASTONBURY
— Daniel Bestwick (@bestwick123) March 30, 2017
Lorde, Royal Blood and Biffy Clyro are popular new additions, too.
It's not Gaga but Royal Blood, Lorde and Biffy… Glasto you've made me pretty happy today #glastonbury
— Adam Robson (@adammarkrobson) March 30, 2017
Just seen Barry Gibb is doing legend slot at Glastonbury this year pic.twitter.com/sBfHFWQ9US
— ? Danielle ? (@danielle23e) March 30, 2017
Wiley, Chic, Alt-J, Solange, Craig David, Boy Better Know, Haim and Phoenix are among a host of other new additions to the line-up today. However, some fans are still not impressed with Emily and Michael Eavis’s 2017 bookings.
How to make a festival shit – have Ed Sheeran as a headliner AND Katy Perry perform.#Glastonbury
— mistɘrstɘf /// (@misterstef) March 30, 2017
Glastonbury line up is a bit disappointing tbh
— kyle (@kyle_lewis1) March 30, 2017
Glastonbury will take place this year at its traditional home of Worthy Farm, Somerset from 23-25 June. This coming weekend sees the start of the cut-off period when Glasto-goers need to pay off the rest of their deposit – starting on Saturday April 1.
Radiohead are rumoured to be planning a special set to honour the 20th anniversary of ‘OK Computer’ during their headline performance.