Feat. Young Guns, Lonely the Brave, The Xcerts and more.
Repeat attendees will receive a voucher to spend on-site.
The event was finally cancelled when local authorities revoked its licence early on Sunday morning.
Professionally Recorded Festival Sets Ahoy.
It wasn’t all just jokes about rock, we also saw some bands. These were the best ones.
The French festival has Muse, Savages, Yak and Slaves on the bill.
Watch them blast through mega-hit ‘New Americana’ and Panic!’s ‘I Write Sins Not Tragedies’
Adele probably has other plans, lads.
With a festival so good, we thought it only fair to get you nice and ready with an extra special show.
The festival already packs a line-up including Bring Me The Horizon, Foals and At The Drive In.
LCD Soundsystem, Sigur Ros and The 1975 will also be appearing at Worthy Farm this summer.
Muncie Girls and The Dirty Nil are also part of the latest announcement.
Saosin and The Early November will also hit the road, with The Starting Line, Motion City Soundtrack and Saves The Day appearing at select dates.
Coming Tuesday 1st March, not one but two more headliners will be announced for Reading & Leeds Festivals alongside a load more names.
Returning after a five year absence, Muse will be playing the Friday of Glastonbury.
They join the likes of Bring Me The Horizon, Red Hot Chili Peppers and The Offspring at the Belgium festival.
Caspian, Owen and TTNG will also be heading down to the festival.
While She Sleeps and WSTR round up the first 5 names announced for Cheltenham’s 2000 Trees Festival.
The Isle of Wight bash will be future themed and, as of now, is taking place in the future.
Kagoule, Inheaven and Beach Baby also join the Leeds all-dayer.
This time next week, we’ll have the next batch of names for the bank holiday bash.