NME.COM sees who's playing so far ahead of Sunday's ticket sales
With tickets for the Glastonbury Festival set to go onsale this week (April 1), NME.COM has compiled a comprehensive list of who is playing this year’s bash so far.
To find out how to get into this year’s bash when tickets go on sale at 9am on Sunday (April 1), check out our handy guide now, in the meantime here are the acts set to play the festival on June 22-24.
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 acts’ official websites.
The Glastonbury line-up so far (in alphabetical order) is:
Chas N Dave
Corinne Bailey Rae
Credence Clearwater Revival (John Fogerty)
Dirty Pretty Things
Dr Meaker (unsigned bands contest: Dance winner)
Feluka (unsigned bands contest: Jazz World winner)
Glastonbury Town Band
Liz Green (unsigned bands contest: Acoustic Stage and overall winner)
Manic Street Preachers
Pete Doherty (solo)
Super Furry Animals
The Epstein (unsigned bands contest: Acoustic Stage runner up)
The Good, The Bad And The Queen
The Grim Northern Social (unsigned bands contest: John Peel Stage winner)
The New Pornographers
The Rumble Strips
The Young Knives
Three Daft Monkeys
The line-up will be officially confirmed by organisers in June.