Following heroics from Florence and Kanye, the last hurrah for Glastonbury 2015 takes place today.
The Who and Paul Weller have been given closing duties on the Pyramid Stage, and they’re preceded by Alt-J, playing one of their biggest shows yet on Glasto’s top billing.
It wouldn’t be the worst idea to stick to the Pyramid Stage, today. Songhoy Blues help open things up. They’re followed by saucy warbler Hozier and the legendary Patti Smith, giving way to the proper ‘legend slot’ of the festival, played by Lionel Richie.
If Richie isn’t the one you’re looking for, they’re much more to get excited about. Gengahr play a just-woke-up slot on the John Peel Stage, and they’re followed by the ace Alvvays, Django Django, Charli XCX and Death Cab for Cutie.
Over on the Other Stage, Jamie T has a massive second-from-top slot ahead of The Chemical Brothers. He’s preceded by Future Islands, Belle & Sebastian and Palma Violets.
Other highlights come from Perfume Genius on the Park Stage and the West Holts’ last bow of FKA twigs and Flying Lotus.
For the full picture of what’s happening today, see below.
Day Three @ Glastonbury 2015:
11.40 Gengahr @ John Peel Stage
12.00 Songhoy Blues @ Pyramid Stage
13.00 Hozier @ Pyramid Stage
13.00 Jack Garratt @ Park Stage
14.00 Rae Morris @ Park Stage
14.15 Patti Smith @ Pyramid Stage
14.40 Prides @ John Peel Stage
15.10 The Staves @ Park Stage
15.40 Alvvays @ JohnPeel Stage
15.45 Twin Atlantic @ Other Stage
16.00 Lionel Richie @ Pyramid Stage
16.40 Django Django @ John Peel Stage
17.15 Future Islands @ Other Stage
17.45 Alt-j @ Pyramid Stage
17.50 Charli XCX @ John Peel Stage
18.00 Perfume Genius @ Park Stage
19.00 East India Youth @ William’s Green
19.05 Lianna La Havas @ John Peel Stage
20.15 Jamie T @ Other Stage
20.30 FKA twigs @ West Holts
20.35 Death Cab for Cutie @ John Peel Stage
21.45 The Chemical Brothers @ Other Stage
22.00 Flying Lotus @ West Hots
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