With Glastonbury Festival fast approaching here are our top acts not to be missed. With over 2,850 performances by 1,612+ acts on 87 announced stages over the 5 days, generating over 216,000 minutes of entertainment, that’s 3601 hours from all around the world and across every genre of music – here’s our humble guide of acts we won’t be missing.
Of course we’ll still be seeing the likes of The Who, but we’ve avoided naming the usual top 10 acts you’ll find in every tabloid and gone for the talented acts that you may of missed on the line up
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Humorous, talented and feel good songs, what’s not to like!
Saturday – The Park Stage, 18:30-19:30
Friday – Pyramid Stage, 14:30-15:30
Vibrant, loud, fun, primitive style – brilliant
Saturday – John Peel, 14:00-14:40 and Shangri La Hell, 00:15-00:50
Wild-eyed choruses, from chest thumping to chilled sounds
Saturday – Other Stage, 19:05-20:05
60s feel good rock
Sunday – Avalon Stage, 18:25-19:25
Saturday – Pyramid, 12:10-13:00 Williams Green, 18:30-19:10
Sunday – Other Stage, 17:15-18:15
The Glastonbury Song at Glastonbury festival would be silly to miss!
Saturday – Pyramid, 13:30-14:30
Rich, complex and dazzling
Friday – The Park Stage, 21:30-22:30
Saturday – The Park Stage, 15:30-16:30
Away from the “main stages” / music we recommend checking out:-
Primal Scream DJ Set ( Northern Soul Set) Jag’z Acid Lounge (south east corner), 00:30-04:30
Going to The Beat Hotel near the Pyramid at any point during the weekend. Great food, atmosphere and staff
Lose yourself at Block 9 / Shangri La / The Temple / Unfairground in the south east corner of Glastonbury for a late evening to earlier hours