2015 Glastonbury Festival Lineup Revealed, Foo Fighters and Kanye West to Headline

Tuesday’s lineup announcement was proof that the Glastonbury Festival will be bigger than ever this year. The five-day festival based in England, which is set to take place between June 24th and 28th, will feature headlining performances from the Foo Fighters, Kanye West and a third act that will be announced at a later date.

The festival will feature sets from a slew of big-name acts, including Patti Smith, Mavis Staples, Deadmau5, Florence + The Machine, Pharrell Williams, Motorhead, alt-J, Lionel Richie, Mary J. Blige and Alabama Shakes. More than 100 stages will be set up in 2015, which also set to welcome several notable charities like Green Peace, WaterAid and Oxfam.

Other performers that will grace the stage this June are Hozier, Hot Chip, Run the Jewels, George Ezra, Clean Bandit, The Chemical Brothers, Death Cab For Cutie, Jesse Ware, Death From Above 1979 and special Mothership performances from George Clinton, Parliament Funkadelic and The Family Stone.

Check out the full lineup below and check back here for all upcoming Glastonbury Festival news and announcements.



Arcade Fire & Kasabian Headline Glastonbury 2014

Six months after selling over 120,000 Glastonbury tickets in just 90 minutes, organisers of the UK’s biggest festival have finally started to reveal which acts will appear across its 100 stages, with Arcade Fire and Kasabian both confirmed as headliners.

Staged at Pilton’s Worthy Farm over the weekend of June 27-29, the 32nd annual event will see the Grammy winning six-piece top the bill on the Friday night and the British indie-rockers draw the festival to a close on the Sunday night with the Saturday night headliners, rumoured to be any one of Fleetwood Mac, Metallica and Prince, still yet to be announced.

Following last year’s line-up of The Rolling Stones, Arctic Monkeys and Mumford & Sons, founder Michael Eavis admitted that 2014 would be a step down in terms of the artists involved.

However, the 78-year-old farmer and his team have still managed to assemble an impressive list of names including country veteran Dolly Parton, who will take the traditional Sunday afternoon ‘Legends’ slot, alt-rock pioneers Pixies, who will play the festival for the first time since 1989, and former Mercury Prize winners Elbow and James Blake.

Continuing to cater for all tastes, fans with Glastonbury tickets can also look forward to sets from dubstep maestro Skrillex, R&B diva Kelis, rapper Angel Haze, flamenco duo Rodrigo y Gabriela, trip-hop duo Massive Attack, psychedelic rockers Temples and electro-pop outfit CHVRCHES with Lily Allen, Ed Sheeran, Lana Del Rey, Robert Plant, The Black Keys, Jack White, Disclosure, M.I.A. and Rudimental just some of the other big names scheduled to appear.

With hundreds more acts expected to be confirmed over the next few weeks, it’s little wonder that Glastonbury tickets remain some of the most in-demand on the festival circuit.

Here's the full lineup and the event flyer:

Arcade Fire, Jack White, Kasabian, The Black Keys, Robert Plant, Dolly Parton, Lily Allen, and Skrillex, James Blake, Interpol, Pixies, Massive Attack, Disclosure, Manic Street Preachers, Angel Haze, M.I.A., Bryan Ferry, Sam Smith, Lana Del Rey, Foster the People, Warpaint, Chromeo, CHVRCHES, Danny Brown, Phosphorescent, Jamie xx, Chance the Rapper, De La Soul, Goldfrapp, tUnE-yArDs, London Grammar, Rudimental, MGMT, Jurassic 5, Mogwai,  Dexys,  Blondie, Paolo Nutini, Richie Hawtin, Above & Beyond, Elbow, Jake Bugg, Ed Sheeran, The 1975, Bonobo, Kelis, Parquet Courts, The Wailers, Wilko Johnson, Jagwar Ma, Elbow, Metronomy, Midlake, Tinariwen, Little Dragon, John Newman, Rodrigo y Gabriela, Seun Kuti & Egypt 80, Chloe Howl, Four Tet, Conan Mockasin, Kodaline and more...



 (UPDATE) Here is the Glastonbury schedule:

Friday, June 27th:

  • Arcade Fire vs. Skrillex vs. M.I.A. vs. Metronomy vs. Kaiser Chiefs vs. Jamie xx
  • Lykke Li vs. Four Tet vs. Tinairwen vs. Billy Bragg vs. MØ
  • CHVRCHES vs. Danny Brown vs. Elbow
  • Lily Allen vs. Interpol vs. tUnE-yArDs vs. Parquet Courts vs. Wild Beats
  • HAIM vs. Rudimental vs. Poliça
  • Rodrigo Y Gabriela vs. John Newman vs. Drenge vs. Hozier
  • The War on Drugs vs. Blondie

Saturday, June 28th:

  • Metallica vs. Bryan Ferry vs. Mogwai vs. MGMT vs. Fatboy Slim
  • Pixies vs. Chromeo vs. Goldfrapp
  • Jack White vs. Manic Street Preachers vs. Nick Lowe
  • Little Dragon vs. Anna Calvi vs. Beth Orton vs. Foxes
  • Robert Plant vs. Imagine Dragons vs. Kacey Musgraves
  • Warpaint vs. Kelis vs. The Internet
  • Angel Haze vs. Charli XCX vs. Midlake
  • Jagwar Ma vs. Courtney Barnett

Sunday, June 29th:

  • Kasabian vs. Massive Attack vs. Disclosure vs. London Grammar vs. Above & Beyond
  • The Black Keys vs. James Blake vs. Chance the Rapper vs. Ellie Goulding vs. Bonobo
  • The Black Keys vs. St. Vincent
  • St. Vincent vs. The Wailers vs. Brian Jonestown Massacre vs. Bombay Bicycle Club
  • The Horrors vs. Yoko Ono Plastic Ono Band
  • Dolly Parton vs. Sam Smith vs. Phosphorescent

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