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2013 Glastonbury Festival: Full line-up and running order released

By Shepton Mallet Journal  |  Posted: May 30, 2013

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The full Glastonbury festival line-up has been released with few surprises from the early announcement in April.

Music fans will have to choose between The Rolling Stones and Public Enemy on Saturday night, and Portishead, Chic and Arctic Monkeys on Friday.

One surprise local entry will be a performance by the Wells Cathedral Vicars Choral at the Croissant Neuf stage.

See below for the full details.

Pyramid stage

Friday

ARCTIC MONKEYS

DIZZEE RASCAL

THE VACCINES

PROFESSOR GREEN

RITA ORA

JAKE BUGG

HAIM

TOUMANI DIABATE

Saturday

THE ROLLING STONES

PRIMAL SCREAM

ELVIS COSTELLO

BEN HOWARD

LAURA MVULA

BILLY BRAGG

ROKIA TRAORÉ

Sunday

MUMFORD & SONS

NICK CAVE & THE BAD SEEDS

VAMPIRE WEEKEND

KENNY ROGERS

RUFUS WAINWRIGHT

FIRST AID KIT

BASSEKOU KOUYATE

Other Stage

Friday

PORTISHEAD

FOALS

ALT-J

TAME IMPALA

THE LUMINEERS

ENTER SHIKARI

AMANDA PALMER

THE HIVES

TBA

Saturday

CHASE & STATUS

EXAMPLE

TWO DOOR CINEMA CLUB

ALABAMA SHAKES

NOAH AND THE WHALE

AZEALIA BANKS

DRY THE RIVER

THE 1975

THE STAVES

Sunday

THE XX

SMASHING PUMPKINS

EDITORS

OF MONSTERS AND MEN

PUBLIC IMAGE LIMITED

I AM KLOOT

STORNOWAY

THE HEAVY

ZULU WINTER

West Holts

Friday

CHIC FEATURING NILE RODGERS

SEASICK STEVE

TOM TOM CLUB

TORO Y MOI

ALICE RUSSELL

GOAT

ZUN ZUN EGUI

CLASSICA ORCHESTRA AFROBEAT

Saturday

PUBLIC ENEMY

MAJOR LAZER

MAVERICK SABRE

THE ORB FEAT. KAKATSITSI

BADBADNOTGOOD

THE BOMBAY ROYALE

FATOUMATA DIAWARA

TROKER

Sunday

BOBBY WOMACK

LIANNE LA HAVAS

SÉRGIO MENDES

ONDATROPICA

THE CONGOS

DUB COLOSSUS

MATTHEW E WHITE

RIOT JAZZ

See the rest of the line up here:

Glastonbury festival line-up

http://www.glastonburyfestivals.co.uk/line-up/

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