Metal’s big moment Metallica prepare to headline Day Two of Glastonbury 2014
Rock gods lead the way on the second day at Glastonbury, featuring Jack White and Lana Del Rey.
Following Arcade Fire’s ecstatic opening to Glastonbury 2014, Metallica are preparing to top the Pyramid Stage tonight, in a headline set that’s looking to defy cynics and critics on a huge scale.
Day two’s highlight arrives in a diverse but brilliant trio of acts playing the Pyramid Stage, with Lana Del Rey, Jack White and Metallica all lined up to close the day’s events.
Elsewhere on the main stage, Kelis backs up her ‘Food’ album, with Angel Haze and Nick Mulvey both playing their biggest festival slots to date.
Jake Bugg headlines the Other Stage, playing above Pixies and Manic Street Preachers. Warpaint and Circa Waves are also set to make appearances.
With Bryan Ferry topping the West Holts stage, other Glasto highlights arrive in the form of Aussies Jagwar Ma (Park Stage) and Park headliners Mogwai.
New names arrive in the form of Royal Blood and Wolf Alice (both playing the John Peel Stage), with Gengahr, Soak and George Ezra appearing on BBC Introducing.
DIY’s big fat Glastonbury preview can be found here, containing interviews with Wolf Alice, Courtney Barnett and Chlöe Howl.
For the rundown of the best music on day two of Glastonbury 2014, listen to DIY’s Spotify playlist below.
IDLES, slowthai, Arca and more join Cala Mijas Festival line-up
They join previously announced acts including The Strokes, Foals and Florence + The Machine.
The Murder Capital, Fatoumata Diawara, Samia and more join End Of The Road line-up
Charlotte Adigéry & Bolis Pupul, Panda Bear & Sonic Boom and Deerhoof are also among the new additions.
Crawlers, Cavetown, Låpsley and more to play DIY stage at Live At Leeds: In The Park
CMAT, Bully, Sir Chloe, James Marriott, Ber and Ellur will also be hitting our stage at this year’s festival.
Aphex Twin and Erykah Badu are headlining Bristol’s Forwards festival
RAYE, Arlo Parks, Primal Scream, Jockstrap and Viagra Boys are also set to perform.