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Calvin Harris, Carl Cox and more unveiled for Glastonbury’s Arcadia

The next line-up for this year's Glastonbury is here

By Elizabeth Aubrey

Calvin Harris performing live
Calvin Harris - CREDIT: Wiki Commons

This year’s Arcadia line-up at Glastonbury has been revealed today (April 27).

Following a two-year COVID-related hiatus, the festival will return to Worthy Farm in Pilton, Somerset between June 22 and 26. Organisers unveiled the first wave of acts early last month, with Billie Eilish, Paul McCartney and Kendrick Lamar set to top the bill. 

The dance area of the festival, Arcadia, will see performances from the likes of Calvin Harris, Carl Cox, Chase & Status and DJ EZ, as well as Four Tet, Jon Hopkins and Karupt FM.

Check out the full line-up here:

Glastonbury recently began sharing individual line-up posters for its multitude of areas and stages, beginning with Fields Of Avalon, which boasts an eclectic roster including The Damned, Dr John Cooper Clarke and Sugababes.

Silver Hayes – an area dedicated to “UK club & festival sounds” – followed, with news that it would have two new venues. The Lonely Hearts Club is described as “an art deco cinema structure standing over 40 foot high”, while Firmly Rooted will welcome “all things sound-system culture”. Its Sonic and WOW venues are also due to make a comeback. 

Appearing on the Silver Hayes bill are the likes of Fatboy Slim, Bad Boy Chiller Crew, Mura Masa, Romy (The xx), Kojey Radical, Lola Young, Groove Armada (DJ set), Gorgon City, Shy FX, Berwyn, Willow Kayne and Wisdom Teeth.

Further separate announcements for Glastonbury 2022 – including The Common, Shangri-La, West Holts and The Glade – are expected in the coming weeks. All tickets for this year’s event are now sold out. 

Other big names to have previously been confirmed include Lorde, Mitski, Phoebe Bridgers, Wolf Alice, Robert Plant & Alison Krauss, Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, Megan Thee Stallion and Sam Fender.

In lieu of last year’s shelved festival, Glastonbury hosted an ambitious online show called ‘Live At Worthy Farm’.