Glastonbury has shared the full line-up and set times for this year’s festival.
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 in early March, with Billie Eilish, Paul McCartney and Kendrick Lamar set to top the bill.
Since then, Glasto has been releasing individual line-up posters for its multitude of areas and stages – including Silver Hayes, Fields Of Avalon and Block 9 – ahead of the extensive full timetable landing today (May 30).
Sam Fender is set to perform in the slot immediately before Eilish on the Pyramid Stage on the Friday night (June 24), with The Libertines scheduled to open The Other Stage at 11:30am that morning.
Other prominent Pyramid Stage slots have gone to Wolf Alice, AJ Tracey, Haim, Lorde and Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds.
Foals, Megan Thee Stallion and Pet Shop Boys are down to headline The Other Stage on Friday, Saturday and Sunday respectively following sets from St. Vincent, Burna Boy and Years & Years. Additionally, the stage will host performances from the likes of Olivia Rodrigo, IDLES, Supergrass, Blossoms and Kacey Musgraves.
Closing out the John Peel Stage will be Primal Scream (Friday), Jamie T (Saturday) and Charli XCX (Sunday). There’s also a vacant “TBC” slot in that tent on the final day of the festival, as there is with The Park that evening.
Elsewhere, Roisin Murphy and Bicep join Little Simz in headlining the West Holts Stage this year.
“We’ve just unveiled the full Glastonbury 2022 line-up featuring over 3,000 performances across dozens of stages at this year’s Festival (and there are still a few more stages to come),” organisers wrote of today’s news.
“In a few days, EE’s official Glastonbury 2022 app will go live, allowing you to plan your personal line-up.”
You can check out the huge full line-up for Glastonbury 2022 here.
Glastonbury Town Council voted unanimously in favour of the honour in March following a nomination from town mayor Councillor Jon Cousins and deputy mayor, Councillor Serena Roney-Dougal to mark his “services to the town and the local economy”.