The stage times for this month's Glastonbury festival have been revealed.
Scroll down for information on the timings for the Pyramid Stage, Other Stage, West Holts Stage, The Park Stage, John Peel Stage Acoustic Tent and Avalon Stage. Glastonbury 2014 takes place on Worthy Farm over June 27-29, with the gates to festival opening on June 25.
Arcade Fire 22.00-23.45
Lily Allen 18.30-19.30
De La Soul 15.15-16.15
Rodrigo y Gabriela 13.45-14.45
The War on Drugs 12.30-13.15
Robert Plant, Jack White, Pixies, The Black Keys and Wilko Johnson are among 87 names confirmed this morning [April 4] for this year's Glastonbury festival, which takes place from June 27 to 29.
Meanwhile, Kasabian have been confirmed as Sunday night's headline act, joining Friday headliners Arcade Fire.
The National have unveiled a new trailer for their Mistaken For Strangers documentary.
The film, which premiered last year at the Tribeca Film Festival, will open in cinemas in the United States on March 25. Click below to watch the new trailer, which follows the band as frontman Matt Berninger's brother Tom joins them on tour as a roadie. Matt produced the film alongside Carin Besser and Craig Charland, and commented: "I was happy to give my brother whatever access he needed. I just didn't expect this movie to include shower scenes."
The National have unveiled the trailer for Mistaken For Strangers, a documentary film about the band on the road.
Click below to watch the clip. The film will receive its world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York on April 17.
The band will play live following the screening of the film, which was directed by Tom Berninger, brother of the band's frontman Matt Berninger.
Matt Berninger produced the film alongside Carin Besser and Craig Charland, and it will open up the 2013 Tribeca Film Festival, which runs until April 28.
Kasabian's Serge Pizzorno has apparently confirmed that The Rolling Stones will be playing this summer's Glastonbury Festival.
Speaking to MTV News, the band's chief songwriter was talking about Kasabian's headline slot at Hard Rock Calling, which takes place the same June weekend as Glastonbury. He said: "I hope ours is the most talked about performance of the weekend, but that would be a miracle because The Rolling Stones are playing Glastonbury."
The Rolling Stones are being lined up to headline next year's Glastonbury festival, according to reports.
With the band's guitarist Keith Richards letting slip that they had been booked to play live shows in London and New York, and sax player Bobby Keys later claiming that the shows would take place in November, the legendary rockers look set to finally hit the road and celebrate their 50th anniversary.