Shakin’ Stevens And Gilbert O’Sullivan For Glastonbury!

Full line-ups for this year's festival main stages has leaked!

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Shakin’ Stevens and Gilbert O’Sullivan are amongst the artists revealed to be playing this year’s Glastonbury Festival, after the full main stage line-up for the June event has leaked online.

Welsh rock ‘n’ roller Shakin’ Stevens has been confirmed as a surprising opening act on the main Pyramid Stage on the festival’s second day (June 28). Stevens’ career has spanned four decades and was the UK’s top selling male artist of the 80s, and recently released a new album Now Listen.

Another surprise addition to Glastonbury’s bill is Irish crooner Gilbert O’Sullivan who is most famous for his two early ’70s chart toppers “Clair” and “Get Down”.

The Pyramid Stage this year will also see bands such as The Raconteurs, Editors, Goldfrapp and The Hold Steady join headliners previously announced Kings of Leon, Jay-Z and The Verve.

This year’s Glastonbury Festival takes place from June 27 – 29, at Worthy Farm, Somerset.

The full Glastonbury main stages line-up is:

June 27:

Pyramid Stage

Kings Of Leon
The Fratellis
The Gossip
The Feeling
KT Tunstall
Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly
The Subways
Kate Nash

Other Stage

Panic At The Disco
The Enemy
We Are Scientists
The Hoosiers
Ben Folds
Joe Lean And The Jing Jang Jong
Vampire Weekend
Hilltop Hoods

John Peel Stage

Jamie T
The Cribs
Reverend And The Makers
The Ting Tings
Young Knives
LIghtspeed Champion

June 28:

Pyramid Stage

Very Special Guest TBC
Manu Chao
The Raconteurs
James Blunt
Crowded House
Seasick Steve
The Hold Steady
Shakin’ Stevens

Other Stage

Massive Attack
Hot Chip
The Wombats
Neon Neon
Black Kids
The Golden Silvers
The Travelling Band

John Peel Stage

Biffy Clyro
The Futureheads
Band Of Horses
The Courteneers/The Black Keys
Vampire Weekend
The Teenagers

June 29:

The Verve
Leonard Cohen
Very Special Guest TBC
John Mayer
Gilbert O’ Sullivan

Other Stage

Groove Armada
The Zutons
The Pigeon Detectives
Mark Ronson
Scouting For Girls
Jack Penate
Newton Faulkner
Black Mountain
Hoodoo Gurus

John Peel Stage

The National
Crystal Castles
Brian Jonestown Massacre
The Stars
The Courteneers/The Black Keys
Rocket Summer


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