This site uses cookies. By continuing to use this site you consent to our use of cookies unless you have disabled them.

eMag | Directory | TNT Travel Show 2017 | Events Search | TNT Jobs

This year's Glastonbury lineup has finally been revealed with the Rolling Stones headlining in what will also be their debut appearance at the English summer festival.

Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, Mumford & Sons, Arctic Monkeys, Primal Scream and Elvis Costello are also among the big names with chart acts such as Professor Green and Dizzee Rascal.

The full line-up was announced on the Glastonbury website. As ever it has thrown up a few surprises including country star Kenny Rogers who is among the figures playing the main Pyramid Stage.

The Stones became linked to the event late last year when it emerged they were getting together for 50th anniversary shows. They will play the festival on Saturday, June 29.

Glastonbury, being staged over the final weekend of June, took a year off last year due to the Olympics and to allow the farmland to recover.

The Somerset festival took a year off in 2012

This year's Glastonbury is already a sell-out with around 135,000 tickets going in the space of less than two hours. However there will be some resales on April 21 - details here.

Also appearing on the Pyramid will be Rita Ora, Jake Bugg, Rufus Wainwright and festival veteran Billy Bragg.

Big names on the Other Stage include Portishead - almost 20 years after they released their debut album Dummy - along with Smashing Pumpkins, Mercury Prize-winners Alt-J and John Lydon's band PiL. The xx, The Lumineers, Alabama Shakes and Foals are included on the bill.

Elsewhere on the huge rural site in Somerset there will be performances by 1970s' disco pioneers Chic, Tom Tom Club, rap stalwarts Public Enemy, Dinosaur Jr, The Horrors and Johnny Marr.

Dancers at the 2011 Glastonbury festival

Rolling Stones frontman Sir Mick Jagger told fans via Twitter: "Can't wait to play Glastonbury. I have my wellies and my yurt."

But while his band is playing on the main stage, former bass player Bill Wyman is on the bill for the acoustic stage with his group Rhythm Kings.

However as he is in the area, he may be lining up a surprise appearance with his old bandmates like he did when the Stones played the O2 Arena in London in November.

Artists appearing on 11 of the biggest stages were announced with more than 190 acts listed on the poster which Glasto bosses posted online.

Image: Getty

Images via Getty


Rolling Stones to headline Glastonbury with Arctic Monkeys and Mumford and Sons
Digital Mag

Latest News

Stay connected on social networks
Like us on Facebook
Follow TNT on Twitter