Kate Nash to play second Glastonbury set

Singer set for Left Field Stage

Kate Nash will play a second Glastonbury Festival set after her opening slot on the Pyramid Stage.

The singer, who is opening the festival on the Pyramid Stage, will also play the Left Field Stage at the festival as part of the AIDS awareness tie-in event Dance For Life.

Stage curator Geoff Martin told NME.COM he’s planning to book more of Nash‘s fellow BRIT School alumni for the event.

Graduates of the performing arts school have included Amy Winehouse, The Feeling, Adele, The Kooks and Katie Melua.

Glastonbury takes place between June 27-29 at Worthy Farm in Pilton, Somerset.

Tickets for the festival go on sale tomorrow (April 6) at 9am. Read NME.COM’s guide to getting Glastonbury tickets now.