Bryan Ferry, Elbow, Chvrches, Kasabian, Robert Plant, Little Dragon, and Jurassic 5 are just some of the names on Glastonbury’s newly updated lineup.
Civic Opera House, Chicago, Ill.
October 11, 2011
As always, Glastonbury has something for everyone. Happening June 25-29 the U.K. festival will fill its stages with rock, country, rap, EDM and probably a few more genres yet to be discovered before summer.
A list that could probably stretch from Glastonbury’s Worthy Farm location in Pilton, England, all the way to Tennessee’s Bonnaroo, the lineup also includes The Wailers, Wilko Johnson, James Blake, Lana Del Rey, Pixies, Massive Attack, The Black Keys, MGMT, Suzanne Vega, Chance The Rapper, Chromeo, Midlake, De La Soul, Ed Sheeran, Massive Attack, London Grammar and Foster The People.
Previously announced artists include headliner Arcade Fire, Lily Allen, Blondie and country legend Dolly Parton.
But we’re only brushing the surface of the roster that’s longer than some countries legally allow and it’s probably best for you to eyeball it yourself by clicking here.
Vive Latino, Foro Sol, Mexico City, Mexico
March 28, 2014
Although Glastonbury is already sold out, canceled tickets will be resold April 24 and 27. Visit GlastonburyFestivals.co.uk for more information.