Glastonbury Festival has released full details of its 2017 line-up, including stage times.
Radiohead, Foo Fighters and Ed Sheeran headline the Worthy Farm event, which takes place from June 21-25. Among the new acts joining them on the bill are Charli XCX, Blossoms, Cabbage, Slaves, Whitney and Black Honey.
Status Quo will play their first gig since the death of Rick Parfitt in December. It has also been announced that Noel Gallagher will be on site to introduce a screening of Oasis documentary Supersonic. The Bootleg Beatles will open the Pyramid Stage on Saturday, playing Sgt Pepper accompanied by the Pepperland Sinfonia.
The xx, Royal Blood and Kris Kristofferson will precede Radiohead on Friday night, while Craig David, Run The Jewels, Katy Perry and The National will play before Foo Fighters. Barry Gibb, Chic and Biffy Clyro will perform prior to Ed Sheeran’s headline set on the Sunday night. Read Gibb’s recent Music Week interview here.
As well as headliners Major Lazer, Alt-J and Boy Better Know, there’s a notable TBA slot on The Other Stage on Saturday, between Kaiser Chiefs and Wiley.
The veteran MC is part of an expansive array of UK rap, grime and R&B artists on the bill, with Dizzee Rascal, Stormzy, Kano, Sampha, Nines, Nadia Rose and Ray Blk also set to perform.
There are also TBA slots on The Park Stage (Friday) and The John Peel Stage (Sunday). Radiohead played a surprise show on The Park Stage in 2011.
Tickets for this year’s festival sold out in 50 minutes.
For full details and stage times go to www.glastonburyfestivals.co.uk. Music Week will be on site throughout the weekend, check musicweek.com and social media for updates.