Glastonbury line-up 2014: Kasabian, Skrillex and Elbow confirmed to play
Dolly Parton, Ed Sheeran, Lily Allen and Lana Del Rey join line-up
Kasabian, Elbow, Skrillex and Pixies are to play Glastonbury 2014, festival organisers have confirmed today.
After weeks of speculation surrounding the line-up, the festival posted the official acts from its Twitter account this morning.
Headliners Arcade Fire are among the acts who previously ‘self-confirmed’ themselves for Glastonbury on social media, but with no official word from the festival.
Arcade Fire will headline on the Friday Night, with Kasabian expected to take the top slot on the Pyramid stage on Sunday.
We're very pleased to present the Glastonbury 2014 line-up so far… pic.twitter.com/WrtSy6d8JtGlastonbury Festival (@GlastoFest) April 4, 2014
Glastonbury has announced today that Wilco Johnson, James Blake, Bonobo, Kelis, Blondie, Paolo Nutini, Chvrches, Interpol, Royal Blood, Manic Street Preachers, Goldfrapp and Jake Bugg will be among the acts playing at Worthy Farm this June.
Glastonbury tickets will be available later this month to hopefuls who missed out on the sale in October.
Cancelled or refunded tickets from the original October sale will be made available from 7pm on Thursday 24 April, and again at 9am on Sunday 27 April.
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