Glastonbury 2015 clashes: What are the most frustrating choices on this year's line-up?

Jamie T clashing with FKA twigs has got to be one of the worst

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Those of you panicking about the set clashes at this weekend's Glastonbury, the good news is that all the times for the five biggest stages have now been confirmed, meaning you can make your final choices over who to see live.

There's also the final full line-up poster for the 24-28 June extravaganza so you can check out every single act that will be rocking Somerset's Worthy Farm.

You can study the full timings here, but we have picked out five of the most problematic clashes before you get there. Don't shoot the messenger.

1) Florence + The Machine vs. Rudimental vs. Hot Chip

Be warned, the trek between stages can be longer than you think, so you're going to need to make a decision on this. Florence is now headlining the Pyramid from 10.15 to 11.45pm after stepping in for the Foo Fighters, so if you were planning to see her originally earlier slot before watching one of the other two acts, we send our commiserations.

2) The Who vs. The Chemical Brothers

This one is more tricky because both big acts are on at 9.45pm. It's also a big decision because it'll be the last band you see at this year's Glastonbury. We can't help you on this one - it's the legends or the epic "Galvanise" live.

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3) Jamie T vs. FKA twigs

FKA twigs may be the coolest female break-out artist of 2015 but Jamie T does "Sticks 'n' Stones", one of the ultimate festival tunes. She's over at West Holts on Sunday at 8.30pm while Jamie will be making the Other Stage bounce from 8.15pm.

4) Burt Bacharach vs. Gregory Porter

Emily Eavis is trying to rectify this Saturday dilemma but if she can't you'll have to choose between the "I Say A Little Prayer" songwriter at 4.30pm on the Pyramid or the Grammy-winning jazz singer at 5pm on West Holts. Tough call.

 

5) Florence + The Machine vs. Run The Jewels

Flo has been promoted to top of the bill on Friday and rumour has it the Eavises are busy finding another act to take her earlier slot, which is obviously most intriguing. But then again, hip-hop duo Run The Jewels are super tempting and amazing live and you know you'll be getting them at 7pm. To gamble or not to gamble?

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