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Glastonbury Line Up Finally Revealed

Glastonbury Line Up Finally Revealed

Michael Eavis, organiser of the Glastonbury festival, has today released the full line-up for this years' bigger-than-ever event.

As previously let slip by the bands themselves, The Who, Arctic Monkeys and The Killers are to headline the main Pyramid stage over the weekend starting June 22.

Other artists appearing on the main stage are Kasabian, Bloc Party, Paul Weller and The Waterboys.

Recent Ivor Novello winner and newly-wed Amy Winehouse will also be appearing.

Speaking about booking the artists, Eavis commented: "Believe it or not, it gets easier every year. People really want to play and get involved these days."

This years' Glastonbury festival will see its largest audience yet, with an extended capacity license of 177, 500 campers.

For those who are still desperately trying to find a way into the very sold-out party, a few returned and refunded tickets will be made available this Sunday June 3 from 9.30am.

Click here to check the official Glastonbury festival website for more details of the last chance tickets

This is the full Pyramid Stage line-up:

Friday June 22

Adjegas
The View
The Earlies
Gogol Bordello
Amy Winehouse
The Magic Numbers
Bloc Party
The Fratellis
Kasabian
Arctic Monkeys

Saturday June 23

Liz Green
Seasick Steve
The Pipettes
Guillemots
Dirty Pretty Things
Lilly Allen
Paulo Nutini
Paul Weller
The Kooks
The Killers

Sunday June 24

National Youth Orchestra
Corb Lund
The Waterboys
Marley Brothers Present The 30th Anniversary Of Exodus
James Morrison
Dame Shirley Bassey
Manic Street Preachers
Kaiser Chiefs
The Who


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