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Massive Attack To Headline Glastonbury Festival

Massive Attack To Headline Glastonbury Festival

Bristol trip-hoppers Massive Attack are to return to the Other Stage to headline at this year's Glastonbury Festival.

The Worthy Farm festival's second stage will also see Hot Chip play at this June's event.

Elbow who this week played their first show in two years, at London's tiny Porchester Hall, announced from the stage that they too will playing this year's festival.

Massive Attack, Hot Chip and Elbow join previously confirmed headliners for the Pyramid stage, Kings of Leon, Jay-Z and The Verve.

Other artists that will play include CSS, British Sea Power, Leonard Cohen and Neil Diamond.

Tickets for this year's three day festival will go on sale on April 6.

Fans wanting to go, must register their details and supply a passport sized photograph between now and March 14.

You can find full Glastonbury festival ticket registration details by CLICKING HERE.

Glastonbury festival takes place from June 27 to 29.


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