Glastonbury Festival 2016 full line-up announced including LCD Soundsystem, Foals and New Order

They will join Adele, Muse and Coldplay at the Worthy Farm bash

Jack Shepherd
Tuesday 29 March 2016 08:55
Adele will headline the Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury for the first time in 2016
Adele will headline the Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury for the first time in 2016

While the Glastonbury 2016 headliners have been met with a slightly ‘meh’ response, the rest of the line-up should be enough to excite even the biggest cynics.

Among the newly announced acts are Lollapalooza headliners LCD Soundsystem, Reading festival headliners Foals, 80s rockers New Order and Grammy Award winner Beck.

They join already announced headliners Coldplay, Adele and Muse, as well as PJ Harvey, Jeff Lynne’s Electric Light Orchestra and James.

Other exciting additions include ZZ Top, Earth Wind & Fire, Disclosure, Grimes, Chvches and Skepta. No specific stage or timings have been announced.

The full line-up is as follows: Muse

Adele

Coldplay

Foals

Beck

Jeff Lynne’s Electric Light Orchestra

LCD Soundsystem

PJ Harvey

ZZ Top

Disclosure

New Order

Earth Wind & Fire

Ellie Goulding

The Last Shadow Puppets

Skepta

The 1975

Grimes

Annie Mac

Sigur Rós

Underworld

James Blake

The Syrian National Orchestra

Savages

Floating Points (Live)

Laura Mvula

Stormzy

Art Garfunkel

Bring Me the Horizon

Santigold

Chvrches

Vince Staples

Daughter

Richard Hawley

The Lumineers

Gregory Porter

Ronnie Spector

Ezra Furman

M83

Kurt Vile

Mercury Rev

Jess Glynne

Madness

Wolf Alice

Baaba Maal

Ernest Ranglin

Bastille

Róisín Murphy

John Grant

Years & Years

Little Simz

Carl Cox

Nao

Fatboy Slim

Guy Garvey

Kamasi Washington

Jack Garratt

Cyndi Lauper

Explosions in the Sky

AlunaGeorge

Bat for Lashes

Protoje

Two Door Cinema Club

Jake Bugg

Mac DeMarco

Of Monsters and Men

Dua Lipa

Unknown Mortal Orchestra

Saint Etienne

Band of Horses

Lady Leshurr

Rokia Traoré

Hinds

Blossoms

Låpsley

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