Festivals The Killers, The Cure, IDLES, more for Glastonbury 2019

The Killers, The Cure, IDLES, more for Glastonbury 2019

Tame Impala, The Streets, Miley Cyrus and Pale Waves are also among those Pilton-bound.

The first Glastonbury poster is out - and with it the bulk of this year’s lineup.

The Killers - who played an infamous secret set in 2017 at the John Peel Stage - and 2019 festival-hoppers The Cure will join Stormzy in topping the bill on the Pyramid Stage this year, while IDLES, The Streets, Tame Impala, Pale Waves and Miley Cyrus are among those also heading to Pilton Farm.

As well as Stormzy’s Friday headline set, Kylie in the Sunday legends’ slot, Janelle Monáe and Lizzo had already been confirmed (or confirmed themselves).

This year’s Glastonbury - following 2018’s fallow year - takes place between 26th and 30th June.

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