Glastonbury Festival: the 2008 line-up

NME.COM sees who's playing ahead of Sunday's (April 6) ticket sales

With tickets for the Glastonbury Festival set to go on sale this week (April 6), NME.COM has compiled a comprehensive list of who is set to play this year’s bash so far.

To find out how to get into the festival when tickets go on sale at 9am (BST) on Sunday (April 6), check out our handy guide now – in the meantime, here are the acts set to play the event on June 27-29.

As previously reported, the Pyramid Stage headliners will be Kings Of Leon, Jay-Z and The Verve.

Now this list draws together all the other bands who will be at Glastonbury this year based on comments from organisers, including Michael Eavis, acts talking to NME.COM directly, plus announcements on bands’ official websites.

The Glastonbury line-up so far (in alphabetical order) is:

Alabama 3

British Sea Power

Solomon Burke

Jimmy Cliff

Leonard Cohen


Neil Diamond

Dirty Pretty Things

Pete Doherty




Fatboy Slim

The Golden Silvers

Hot Chip


The Krak

Kings Of Leon

The Levellers

Laura Marling

Massive Attack

Kate Nash

Neon Neon

The Enemy

The Rascals

The Subways

Team Waterpolo

The Thirst

The Travelling Band

Frank Turner

Vampire Weekend

The Verve

The Wombats

Will Young

The line-up will be officially confirmed by organisers in June.

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