Glastonbury Festival taking place from 26th-30th June 2019 at Worthy Farm Pilton, has announced new headliners The Killers and The Cure.
As well as Vampire Weekend, Liam Gallagher, Two Door Cinema Club, Bastille, Tame Impala and many more. Having previously announced Friday’s headliner, Stormzy, Kylie for the Sunday’s Pyramid Stage tea-time slot, and Janelle Monae as one of the West Holts headliners.
Tickets sold out in October but a resale of unwanted tickets will take place around spring. £248 + £5 booking fee – resale in April.
Elsewhere on the line up are Snow Patrol, Hot Chip, Wu Tang Clan, The Chemical Brothers, The Streets, Friendly Fires, Idles, and Johnny Marr.
More acts to be announced soon.
Glastonbury Festival has been given permission to increase its capacity to 210,000 by Mendip District Council. The number of public tickets available will increase by 7,000 to 142,000. The extra capacity was sought “in order to avoid an increase in the ticket price” and 7,000 extra tickets will be allocated to those fans arriving by public transport. Organisers may not use the increase capacity while 2020.
Glastonbury’s licence makes provision for 63,000 staff, volunteers, performers and traders and 5,000 Sunday tickets sold exclusively to local residents. It is the largest greenfield festival in the world.