Line Up

Glastonbury Line UpAmongst all of the amazing things to see and do, Glastonbury Festival also has a bit of music on offer too. The Glastonbury line up is so expansive, no matter what you listen to, you will find something you like. Here we will cover previous and upcoming line-ups, rumours + the stages where you can find them. Scroll to the bottom of the page for all of the headliners to ever grace the Pyramid stage.

Glastonbury 2016 Line Up

So 2 of the headliners have now been named. Muse will be headlining Friday night with Coldplay closing on Sunday. Who will fill the legendary Saturday night slot? Rumours below:

2016 Saturday Night Headline Rumours:

So all 3 headliners will be British. Ruling out the Foo Fighter. Good on the British line up, not good for those wanting the Foo’s

Adele is a big rumour and an odds on favourite. Although she admits herself that it could all end in tears

So which British artists are left. Well there are a certain British band who are touring and have a new album out. RADIOHEAD!! It’s been a while and they are up there with the very best past headliners.

Other 2016 Announcements:

PJ Harvey has just released a new album (The Hope Six Demolition Project) and will be returning to the Pyramid!

Grammy award winner Jesse Glynne has confirmed that she will be playing at Worthy Farm

Electric Light Orchestra (ELO) are to fill the Sunday afternoon legends slot

Could Barry Gibb be joining ELO as part of the Sunday afternoon legends (more than one?!)

A David Bowie tribute? It’s inevitable.,,

ZZ Top are on the bill:—tickets

Archived 2015 Rumours:

The man, the myth, the legend… Kanye West is announced. Definitely not everyone’s cup of tea.

Foo Fighters! Massive! Dave Grohl has said a big, “Yes” to Glastonbury.

Lionel Richie first act confirmed for Glastonbury 2015. Legend. Game on. We will bring you the acts as they are confirmed..


3 March 2015: Candid comments from Emily Eavis. No Coldplay for 2015 but Florence Welch may play..

Sounds like the libertines are fairly nailed on for a set.

This one isn’t too surprising. After all of the rumours for 2014, Fleetwood Mac are back in the running.

Noel is apparently up for it. Dave Grohl’s suggested line-up sound pretty good…

Take That at Glastonbury….?!—band-say-they-want-to-play

Interesting selection here from NME. Bring back Bowie!

Lars Ulrich reckons AC/DC, another heavy band for a Glastonbury headliner?! We like his enthusiasm for Glast 🙂

The Metro wade in with a few suggestions for potential Glastonbury 2015 headliners

When paddy power start producing the odds for the Glastonbury 2015 headliners, check them out below

Previous Glastonbury Line Ups

Find the Glastonbury Line Up headliners below for every festival since it began!

1970 – T.Rex

1971 – David Bowie

1978 – None!

1979 – Time Blake & Peter Gabriel

1981 – Hawkwind & New Order

1982 – Van Morrison & Jackson Brown

1983 – UB40 & Curtis Mayfield

1984 – The Smiths, Weather Report & Black Uhuru

1985 – Echo & The Bunnymen, Joe Cocker & The Boomtown Rats

1986 – The Cure, Psychedlic Furs & Level 42

1987 – Elvis Costello, Van Morrison & The Communards

1989 – Elvis Costello, Van Morrison & Susan Vega

1990 – The Cure, Happy Mondays & Sinead O’Connor

1992 – Carter USM, Shakespear’s Sister & Youssou N’Dour

1993 – The Black Crowes, Christy Moore & Lenny Kravitz

1994 – The Levellers, Elvis Costello & Peter Gabriel

1995 – Oasis, Pulp & The Cure

1997 – Radiohead, The Prodigy & Ash

1998 – Primal Scream, Blur & Pulp

1999 – REM, Manic Street Preachers & Skunk Anansie

2000 – David Bowie, Travis & The Chemical Brothers

2002 – Coldplay, Rod Stewart & Stereophonics

2003 – R.E.M, Radiohead & Moby

2004 – Paul McCartney, Oasis & Muse

2005– The White Strips, Coldplay & Basement Jaxx

2007 – Arctic Monkeys, The Killers & The Who

2009 – Neil Young, Bruce Springsteem & Blur

2010 – Gorillaz, Muse & Stevie Wonder

2011 – U2, Coldplay & Beyonce

2013 – Arctic Monkeys, The Rolling Stones & Mumford & Sons

2014 – Arcade Fire, Metallica & Kasabian

2015: Florence + The Machine, Kanye West & The Who