The world’s most-famous festival has announced its full line-up, with organiser Emily Eavis describing it as the “big finale” for the event.
The most high profile new addition to the three-day event, which will take place from Friday 24 June until 26 June, is Morrissey, who will make his first appearance in seven years supporting U2 on the Pyramid stage on Friday evening.
Paul Simon, Elbow, Queens of The Stone Age, Tinie Tempah, Plan B, Laura Marling and blues legend BB King are among the acts to join previously announced headliners Coldplay, Beyonce, and U2.
Emily Eavis told BBC 6 Music that the bill was intended to represent acts for this year and next, when the festival will take a year off.
“Subconsciously, you think about the fact there isn’t going to be a festival next year, so you try to get as much in as possible that will represent both years,” she said.
“It’s like a big finale. By the time we come back, there’ll be a lot of music around. This is like the big sing-off.”
For those of you lucky enough to have scored tickets to the sold-out event, start planning what you’ll see when. Glastonbury’s official web site displays the full line-up of more than 300 bands and countless DJs and dance sets, split across 20 stages, tents, and outdoor performance stages.
See below for the Pyramid Stage line-up and other highlights:
Friday 24th June
U2; Morrissey; Biffy Clyro; B.B. King; Wu Tang Clan; Two Door Cinema Club; Metronomy; The Master Musicians of Joujouka.
Primal Scream; Mumford and Sons; Fleet Foxes; Chipmunk.
Cee Lo Green; Chase and Status; Jimmy Cliff.
DJ Shadow; Example; The Coral.
Crystal Castles; Caribou; Jenny and Johnny.
Other acts performing on Friday include Newton Faulkner, Fatboy Slim and Katy B.
Saturday 25th June
Coldplay; Elbow; Paolo Nutini; Tinie Tempah; Rumer; The Gaslight Anthem; Tame Impala; Stornoway.
The Chemical Brothers; White Lies; Jimmy Eat World; Jessie J.
Big Boi; Janelle Monáe; Aloe Blacc.
Glasvegas; The Horrors; Anna Calvi.
Wild Beasts; James Blake; Graham Coxon.
Other acts performing on Saturday include Deacon Blue, Lee Scratch Perry and Professor Green.
Sunday 26th June
Beyoncé; Pendulum; Plan B; Paul Simon; Laura Marling; Don McLean; The Low Anthem; Fisherman’s Friends.
Queens of the Stone Age; Kaiser Chiefs; The Eels; TV On the Radio.
Kool & The Gang; The Go! Team; Jamie Woon.
The Streets; Robyn; The Vaccines.
Gruff Rhys; Lykke Li; John Grant.
Other acts performing on Sunday include Suzanne Vega, Pete Tong and Robyn Hitchcock