Boss top Pyramid stage bill of CSN, Kasabian, Spinal Tap and Tinariwen

Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band are to make a rare festival headline appearance, topping the Pyramid Stage bill at the Glastonbury festival tonight (June 26).

The Boss and band never perform festival shows, so UK fans are doubley treated, as they will also take to the stage at London’s Hard Rock Calling festival on Sunday (June 28).

The strong Pyramid stage bill for Saturday includes Crosby, Stills & Nash whose sometime member Neil Young headlined the same stage on Friday (June 25), Spinal Tap and Tinariwen.

Elsewhere at the Somerset bash, headliners include; Franz Ferdinand (Other Stage), Jarvis Cocker (John Peel Stage), Kilfenorca Ceili Band (Acoustic Stage and Bon Iver (The Park Stage).

The full Glastonbury line-up for Saturday June 27 is as follows:

Pyramid Stage:

Bruce Springsteen

Kasabian

Crosby, Stills & Nash

Dizzee Rascal

Spinal Tap

Eagles Of Death Metal

Tinariwen

VV Brown

Other Stage:

Franz Ferdinand

Pendulum

Maximo Park

Paolo Nutini

Peter Doherty

The Script

Jason Mraz

Metric

Peter, Bjorn and John

Broken Family Band

John Peel Stage:

Jarvis Cocker

White Lies

Florence And The Machine

Passion Pit

Gaslight Anthem

Hockey

The Temper Trap

Esser

The Big Pink

Baddies

The Nightingales

Jazz/World Stage:

Playing For Change

Baaba Maal

Lonnie Liston Smith

Jamie Cullum

Rokia Traore

Erik Truffaz

Acoustic Stage:

Kilfenorca Ceili Band

Tindersticks

Newton Faulkner

Lisa Hannigan

Gary Louris and Mark Olson

Lunasa

Bap Kennedy

Hope And Social

Stornoway

Cora Smyth Band

The Park Stage:

Bon Iver

M Ward

Special Guests

Shlomo and Guests

Horace Andy

Easy Star Allstars

The Memory Band

Bombay Bicycle Club

The Low Anthem

First Aid Kit

Queen’s Head Stage:

Guilty Pleasures

Dan Black

The King Blues

The Shortwave Set

Special Guest

The Wombats

Official Secrets Act

Noah And The Whale

Emmy The Great

Broken Records

Peggy Sue and the Pirates

Marina and the Diamonds

Theoretical Girl

Blue Roses

The Glitterati

East Dance:

2ManyDJs

Deadmau5

Pete Tong

La Roux

Wiley

Tinchy Stryder

Eric Prydz

Heartbreak

We Have Band

West Dance:

Josh Wink

Yoda

DJ Food

Qemists

Timo Maas

Japanese Popstars

Hudson Mohawke

NAPT

Emperors Machine

Jam The Channel

Avalon Stage:

The Wonder Stuff

Edward II

Eliza Carthy

Badly Drawn Boy

Solas

The King Blues

The Lancashire Hotpots

Wheeler Street

The Martin Harley Band

The Glade:

Stereo MCs

Stanton Warriors

DJ Fresh

Dub Pistols

Don Letts

Dr Meaker

Tayo

Rusko

Sancho Panza

Nairobi

Jinx

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