Glastonbury 2024 – Live: full line-up so far, ticket resale dates and latest feedback

Shania Twain confirms Glastonbury legend status in video message to fans

Glastonbury Festival organizers have finally revealed their 2024 headliners, after months of rumors and speculation.

Dua Lipa, SZA and Coldplay will headline Worthy Farm's Pyramid Stage in June, while country pop queen Shania Twain will take over the Legends' coveted spot, Emily Eavis and her team announced on Thursday (March 14).

While many ticket holders are expressing excitement about the upcoming sold-out festival, there is an air of disappointment due to the fact that several notable musicians – including Madonna, Stevie Wonder and Bruce Springsteen – are absent from the lineup.

However, some Independent The band believe this is a premature reaction to what could be one of the greatest pop shows Glastonbury has ever seen.

Find all the updates from the Glastonbury 2024 announcement below


COMMENTARY: Shania Twain, Dua Lipa and SZA at Glastonbury 2024 outdo last year's stale masculine rockers

Far from being a “Housewives' favorite,” as one critic claimed, country pop queen Shania Twain should have played her part years ago, while Dua Lipa and SZA proved they were more than capable of putting on a spectacle worthy of the Pyramid Stage. ..

Róisín O'Connor15 March 2024 at 08:42


Glastonbury line-up of Coldplay, Dua Lipa and SZA revealed for the 2024 festival

The lineup poster also reveals which acts will be playing which stage, with LCD Soundsystem, Little Simz, Cyndi Lauper and Janelle Monae all set to play Pyramid in the afternoon and evening.

Burna Boy, PJ Harvey, Michael Kiwanuka and Paloma Faith will also perform on the main stage.

Róisín O'Connor15 March 2024 08:23


Shania Twain, Dua Lipa and SZA at Glastonbury 2024 beat last year's stale masculine rock

Despite the naysayers, Ives should actually be applauded for collecting four works of this calibre.

(Getty Images for Permanent Press)

Far from being a “Housewives' favorite,” as one critic claimed, country-pop queen Shania Twain should have been playing years ago, writes róisín O'Connor, While Dua Lipa and SZA proved that they are more than capable of presenting a scene worthy of the Al-Haram Theater

Inga BarkellMarch 15, 2024 at 07:00


Paloma Faith announces her venue at Glastonbury

Paloma Faith responded to her Glastonbury headliner, tweeting: “See you on the pyramid stage @glastonbury x.”

is reading The IndependentInterview with the 42-year-old artist here:

((Jan Wasyushnik/Palestinian Authority))

In her first in-depth interview since splitting from her partner of 10 years, singer Annabelle Nugent tells how the breakup of her relationship left her “broken” but “whole” and talks about her new album, dating and why co-parenting can be equal. Men don't pull their weight

Inga BarkellMarch 15, 2024 at 06:00


Inga BarkellMarch 15, 2024 at 05:00


A word for those confused by Paul Heaton's headline

Inga BarkellMarch 15, 2024 at 04:00


The first K-pop group to play Glasto

ICYMI: Group Seventeen will make history as the first K-pop group ever to play at the festival.

The 13-member band will also play Lollapalooza Berlin in September.

Inga BarkellMarch 15, 2024 at 03:00


Glastonbury is raffling off 20 pairs of tickets to 'help people affected by conflict'

Glastonbury has launched a massive ticket raffle for the 2024 event.

In an effort to “raise emergency funds to support people affected by conflict”, this year the music festival will be giving away 20 pairs of tickets to lucky lottery winners.

To enter the draw, you will need to make a minimum single donation of £10. Check the Crowdfunding Website for more details.

Inga BarkellMarch 15, 2024 at 02:00


Corinne Bailey Rae celebrates her return to Glastonbury

British singer Corinne Bailey Rae, best known for her 2006 hit “Put Your Records On”, is celebrating her return to Worthy Farm.

The 45-year-old will perform at the West Holts Theatre.

Rae performed at Glastonbury in 2007, 2010 and 2017.

Inga BarkellMarch 15, 2024 at 01:00


Coldplay breaks record at Glastonbury

Coldplay are set to smash their record at Glastonbury when they return to the Pyramid Theater this summer. The four-piece rock band will become the first band to headline a Worthy Farm event five times.

This year, their scheduled appearance will come before the release of their next – and perhaps final – album next year. Band leader Chris Martin previously stated that they would stop producing new music in 2025.

“Well, I know I can tell you: Our last proper record is coming out in 2025 and after that I think we'll just be touring,” the singer told Jo Whiley in a 2021 interview. “I feel that way because I know the challenge is limited, and making this music doesn't seem hard, it feels like this is what we're supposed to do.”

(Getty Images)

Inga BarkellMarch 15, 2024 00:00

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