Glastonbury Festival line-ups

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The Pyramid Stage

Glastonbury Festival is a greenfield music and performing arts festival on farm land near Pilton, England. It was first held in 1970 and has been held in the majority of years since then in the summer. Its line-up is diverse, including music, comedy, circus and theatre, taking place on many different stages and performance areas.

2019[edit]

The 2019 Glastonbury Festival of Contemporary Performing Arts will take place between 26 and 30 June 2019.

The line-up was as follows:

Pyramid Stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

Other Stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

West Holts Stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

John Peel Stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

Park Stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

2017[edit]

The 2017 Glastonbury Festival of Contemporary Performing Arts took place between 21 and 25 June 2017.

The line-up was as follows:

Pyramid Stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

Other Stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

West Holts Stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

John Peel Stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

The Park Stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

2016[edit]

The 2016 Glastonbury Festival of Contemporary Performing Arts took place between 22 and 26 June 2016.

The line-up was as follows:

Pyramid Stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

Other Stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

West Holts Stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

John Peel Stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

The Park Stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

2015[edit]

The 2015 Glastonbury Festival of Contemporary Performing Arts took place between 24 and 28 June.[1]

The following acts were announced to perform.

Pyramid Stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

Other Stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

John Peel Stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

West Holts[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

The Park Stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

2014[edit]

The festival took place from the 27 to 29 June.[2]

Pyramid Stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

Other Stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

John Peel Stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

2013[edit]

The festival took place on 24–28 June.[3]

Pyramid Stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

(Jupiter & Okwess International replaced Toumani Diabaté who cancelled due to malaria)

Other Stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

John Peel Stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

2011[edit]

The festival took place on 24 to 26 June.[4]

Pyramid Stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

Other Stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

Park Stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

John Peel stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

West Holts Stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

2010[edit]

The festival took place on 25–27 June.[5]

Pyramid Stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

Other Stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

John Peel Stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

2009[edit]

The festival took place on 26–28 June.[6]

Pyramid Stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

Other Stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

Park Stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

John Peel stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

Acoustic stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

Jazzworld Stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

Avalon Stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

2008[edit]

The festival took place on 27–29 June.[7]

Pyramid Stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

Other Stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

Park Stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

John Peel stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

Acoustic stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

Jazzworld Stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

Avalon Stage[edit]

  • Sharon Shannon & Big Band
  • Xavier Rudd
  • Hazel O'Connor
  • The Men They Couldn't Hang
  • Ron Sexsmith
  • Frank Turner
  • Kissmet
  • Hobo Jones & the Junkyard Dogs
  • The Proclaimers
  • Will Young
  • Bacalao
  • The Handsome Family
  • The Wurzels
  • Rachel Unthank & The Winterset
  • Alabama 3 unplugged
  • Malarchy
  • One String Loose
  • Katie Melua
  • Blazin' Fiddles
  • Justin Adams & Juldeh Camara
  • John Tams & Barry Coope
  • The Baghdaddies Big Band
  • The Family Mahone
  • Räfven

Poetry&Words Stage[edit]

  • Aisle 16
  • Attila the Stockbroker
  • Dzifa Benson
  • Sophia Blackwell
  • The Book Club
  • Baba Brinkman
  • Alison Brumfitt
  • Gary Death
  • Melinda May Deathgoth
  • Dizraeli
  • Kat Francois
  • Helen Gregory
  • Hammer and Tongue
  • A F Harrold
  • John Hegley
  • Adam Horovitz
  • Michael Horovitz
  • Libby Houston
  • Joolz
  • Cat Kidd
  • Kokumo
  • Emma McGordon
  • Olumide Popoola

Avalon Cafe Stage[edit]

acts including:

  • Nuala & The Alchemy Quartet
  • Benji Kirkpatrick
  • Rod Thomas
  • Lewis Garland & the Kett Rebellion
  • The Epstein
  • The Gala Band
  • The Cedar
  • Your Garden Day
  • Infected Loop
  • Green Angels
  • The Johnsons

Late n Live Stage[edit]

acts including:

  • The Courteeners
  • Orphan Boy
  • 4Fifteen
  • Rook and The Ravens
  • The Travelling Band
  • Golden Silvers
  • The Seal Cub Clubbing Club
  • Gideon Conn
  • Danny and Champions of the World
  • Karima Francis
  • Lazy Bones
  • The Filth Wizard

2007[edit]

Pyramid stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

Other stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

John Peel stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

Jazzworld stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

Acoustic stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

Dance village[edit]

Stage Friday Saturday Sunday
East Coast Stage
West Coast Stage

Avalon stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

Orange Tent[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

2005[edit]

Pyramid stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

Other stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

John Peel stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

Jazzworld stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

Acoustic stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

Dance village[edit]

Stage Friday Saturday Sunday
East Coast Stage
West Coast Stage

(Silent disco ran after
live music finished)

(Silent disco ran after
live music finished)

Avalon stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

Left field[edit]

Friday: British Sea Power, Sonic Audio, Buck 65, The Rakes

Saturday: Babyshambles, Estelle, The Others

Sunday: Billy Bragg, Steve Earle, Retrospect

Poetry & words[edit]

  • Jah Biggz
  • Bonnie Brookes
  • Brendan the Pop Poet
  • Penny Broadhurst
  • Rosie Carrick
  • Carol Ann Duffy
  • Pete Eldridge
  • Giovanni Esposito
  • Nathan Filer
  • Helen Gregory
  • Yasmine Haideman
  • Will Hames
  • Love Fairies
  • Gilly the Nun
  • Anna Lindup
  • Malign Interlect
  • Harry Man
  • Paul Marshall
  • Annie McGann
  • Elvis McGonagall
  • Kate Noakes
  • Rachel Pantechnicon
  • Phaze
  • Polar Bear Ninja
  • Pat VT West
  • Leeanne Stoddart
  • Eliana Tomkins
  • Kimberley Trusty
  • Tony Walsh
  • James Windsor
  • Yam Boy and Mango

2004[edit]

2004 Pyramid stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

2004 Other stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

2004 Dance tent[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

2004 New tent[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

2004 Jazzworld stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

2004 Acoustic stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

2004 Avalon stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

2004 The Glade[edit]

Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday

2003[edit]

Pyramid stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

Other stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

Line-up also included:

2002[edit]

Pyramid stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

Other stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

Line-up also included:

2000[edit]

Pyramid stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

Other stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

1999[edit]

Pyramid stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

(Björn Again moved up the bill to replace Ian Dury & The Blockheads, who cancelled their appearance due to illness)

Other stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

1998[edit]

Main stage[edit]

The headlining stage was not officially called the Pyramid Stage in 1998, as it did not have its distinctive pyramid shape.

Friday Saturday Sunday

Other stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

New stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

Jazzworld stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

Dance tent[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

Lineup also included:

1997[edit]

Pyramid stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

Other stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

Line-up also included:

1995[edit]

Line-up included:

Pyramid stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

NME stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

also:

1994[edit]

Line-up included:[8]

Pyramid stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

NME stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

Jazz World stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

Acoustic stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

1993[edit]

Line-up included:

Pyramid stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

NME stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

Jazz World stage line-up included:

Acoustic stage line-up included:

1992[edit]

Line-up included:

Pyramid stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

NME stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

1990[edit]

Line-up included:

1989[edit]

Line-up included:

Pyramid stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

Adam Clayton of U2 joined Hot House Flowers onstage to play on "Feet on the Ground".

Georgie Fame was Van Morrison's keyboard player and played "Yeh, Yeh" before Morrison arrived onstage.

Peter Gabriel joined Youssou N'Dour onstage for one or more songs.

There was speculation in the music press, prior to the festival, that Donovan's "friends" would include big names, such as Paul McCartney and Eric Clapton. The "friends" turned out to be Ozric Tentacles.

Elvis Costello's set was solo.

1987[edit]

Line-up included:

Pyramid stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

Stage Two[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

1986[edit]

Line-up included:

Pyramid stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

Stage Two[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

1985[edit]

Line-up included:

Pyramid stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

Other stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday
  • Asaah Papa and Graffi Jazz
  • The Ariwa Posse
  • Poison Girls
  • Toxic Shock
  • Green on Red
  • Steve Payne & Guests
  • Eduardo and Antonio
  • The Happy End
  • OVA

1984[edit]

Line-up included:

Pyramid stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

Amazulu were scheduled to be the opening act on the Pyramid Stage on the Saturday, but did not arrive in time. They were subsequently given a slot before General Public, necessitating The Smiths to take the stage earlier than scheduled.

Elvis Costello And The Attractions were not announced as Saturday's headliners until a few days before the festival started, and too late to be credited in the official programme.

Ian Dury was backed by his then current band, The Music Students.

1983[edit]

Line-up included:

Pyramid stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

Other acts that played included:

Julian Cope and James Brown were announced as playing but both withdrew in advance.

1982[edit]

Line-up included:

1981[edit]

Line-up included:

Pyramid stage[edit]

Friday Saturday Sunday

1979[edit]

Line-up included:

1978[edit]

Known as the "impromptu festival".[11]

1971[edit]

Line-up included:

1970[edit]

Line-up included:

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Glastonbury Festivals". Archived from the original on 23 December 2007.
  2. ^ "Poster". Glastonbury Festival. Retrieved 2 January 2016.
  3. ^ "Full 2013 Line-up Revealed". Glastonbury Festival. Retrieved 2 January 2016.
  4. ^ "Full 2011 line-up Revealed". Glastonbury Festival. Retrieved 2 January 2016.
  5. ^ "The 2010 Line-up is revealed". Glastonbury Festival. Retrieved 2 January 2016.
  6. ^ "History 2009". Glastonbury Festival. Retrieved 2 January 2016.
  7. ^ "History 2008". Glastonbury Festival. Retrieved 2 January 2016.
  8. ^ "Glastonbury Festival 1994". eFestivals.co.uk. 7 August 2013. Retrieved 20 May 2014.
  9. ^ "Glastonbury Fayre June 21st-23rd 1979". UK Rock Festivals.
  10. ^ "Glastonbury Fayre June 21st-23rd 1979". UK Rock Festivals.
  11. ^ "Glastonbury Free Festival 1978". UK Rock Festivals.

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