Glastonbury Festival has announced a huge list of acts for 2015, with Florence + The Machine and Alt-J amongst the big names.
Future Islands, Jamie xx, Caribou and Jessie Ware have all confirmed appearances. There’s also Wolf Alice, Young Fathers, Years & Years, Jamie T, Mark Ronson and La Roux.
The third and final headliner has yet to be announced, however there’s a big ‘Special Guests’ slot in 2015’s bill. See the full poster below.
Previously confirmed to play Worthy Farm this year: Foo Fighters and Kanye West top the Pyramid Stage as headliners. Courtney Barnett, Father John Misty and Lionel Richie, and Emerging Talent Competition winner Declan McKenna are also down to play.
Tickets for Glastonbury 2015 have sold out, with the fest running from 24th-28th June.
Glastonbury 2015, confirmed acts in alphabetical order:
Alabama Shakes, Alt-J, Azealia Banks, Belle & Sebastian, Ben Howard, Caribou, Catfish and the Bottlemen, Charli XCX, Chronixx, Circa Waves, Clean Bandit, Courtney Barnett, deadmau5, Death Cab for Cutie, Death From Above 1979, Ella Eyre, Enter Shikari, Fat White Family, Father John Misty, FKA twigs, Florence + The Machine, Flying Lotus, Foo Fighters, FFS (Franz Ferdinand & Sparks), Future Islands, George Ezra, Goat, Gregory Porter, Hot Chip, Hozier, Ibeyi, Jamie T, Jamie xx, Jessie Ware, Jon Hopkins, Jungle, Kanye West, Kasai Allstars, Kate Tempest, La Roux, Lianne La Havas, Lionel Richie, Mark Ronson, Mary J. Blige, Mavis Staples, Modestep, Motorhead, Paloma Faith, Patti Smith, Peace, Perfume Genius, Pharrell Williams, Rae Morris, Roy Ayers, Rudimental, Run the Jewels, Ryan Adams, Sharon Van Etten, Sleaford Mods, Spiritualized, Suede, Super Furry Animals, The Chemical Brothers, The Fall, The Maccabees, The Moody Blues, The Pop Group, The Vaccines, The Waterboys, Todd Terje, Wolf Alice, Years & Years, Young Fathers.
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