Glastonbury line-up revealed: Florence + The Machine, Jamie T, Alt-J, Suede, Patti Smith to play

However, the final headliner set to join Foo Fighters and Kanye West is still a mystery

The line-up for Glastonbury Festival has been revealed, but the final headliner – who will join previously announced bill toppers Foo Fighters and Kanye West – is yet to be announced.

Acts to play the festival, which will run from June 24-28 at Worthy Farm, include Florence + The Machine, Jamie T, Alt-J, Patti Smith, Super Furry Animals, Jungle, The Chemical Brothers, Suede, The Vaccines, The Maccabees, Motorhead, Alabama Shakes, Paloma Faith, Mark Ronson, Run The Jewels, Future Islands, The Fall, Pharrell Williams, Franz Ferdinand & Sparks, La Roux, Fat White Family and Kate Tempest.

Wolf Alice, Belle & Sebastian, Clean Bandit, Young Fathers, Peace, Enter Shikari, Spiritualized, Hot Chip, The Waterboys, FKA Twigs, Caribou, Ben Howard, Catfish and the Bottlemen, Mavis Staples, George Ezra, Courtney Barnett, Death Cab For Cutie, Father John Misty and Sharon Van Etten will also appear. See below for a full line-up poster.

Resale for ticket and coach packages will take place begin at 6pm on April 16, with the resale of General Admission tickets following at 9am on April 19. More details can be found at the festival website.

Glastonbury 2015 will run from June 24-28 at its traditional home of Worthy Farm, Somerset.

Blur drummer Dave Rowntree recently confirmed that the band will not headline this year’s festival and take the final headline slot. Meanwhile, over 100,000 people have signed an online petition to prevent Kanye West from headlining Glastonbury.

Speaking exclusively to NME, the man behind the petition Neil Lonsdale, said: “Glastonbury needs upbeat major artists. Glastonbury is an institution. It is expected that it has the biggest names. The biggest performers. Kanye does not represent that.”

He added: “I fought the temptation to scream and instead opted to hurl my iPhone across the room. Two years ago we had The Rolling Stones playing the Saturday night, and this year we get Kanye West? It’s an outrage!”