It’s that time again! Glastonbury Festival will be kicking off with full force on 26th June after a two year break. If you’re like most of us and feel spoilt for choice as for who to see, check out our top picks below. Plus, if you can’t make their Glasto set, they’re all on tour throughout 2019 so you won’t have to miss out!
Thursday – Truth Stage – 23:30
With the recent release of his fourth album ZUU, which NME rated 8/10, Denzel Curry will have a setlist full of brand new material ready to debut.
Saturday – The Park Stage – 23:00
With the release of ‘A Bath Full of Ecstasy’, Hot Chip have entered a fresh, invigorating new chapter in their career. This year will be the band’s first Glasto appearance since 2015.
Friday – BBC Music Introducing Stage – 15:00
The electronic duo from Kent have just released the music video for their latest single ‘Come Down’, and it’s as odd as expected…
Friday – John Peel – 15:15
Saturday – Left Field – 19:30
Sam Fender has been the newcomer on everyone’s lips this year, and after recently winning a Brit Award too, you’ll regret missing the chance to see him before he’s only doing arenas.
Friday – John Peel Stage – 21:00
Having released a number one album and relentlessly touring with The 1975, Pale Waves are in such high demand right now they’ll only be playing a handful of UK shows this year.
Friday – Other Stage – 22:15
Multi-award-winning Aussie psych collective Tame Impala are building up to the release of their upcoming fourth album, and with the recent release of singles ‘Patience’ and ‘Borderline’, Glasto attendees may get a sneak peak at other new songs too!
Saturday – Pussy Parlure – 00:30
The pop singer-songwriter released her debut album Love Just Ain’t Enough last year and has since been blowing audiences away with her powerful vocals and enchanting hooks.
Avalon Stage – Saturday – 17:00
William’s Green – Sunday – 17:00
Jade Bird is bringing her acoustic blend of indie and folk melodies further into the mainstream with the release of her number one debut album in April, and has been stunned crowds across the UK during her recent support slot touring with fellow Glasto artist Tom Walker.
Saturday – William’s Green – 18:00
LA quartet Starcrawler are bringing scuzzy punk rock to the William’s Green stage, armed with their successful self-titled debut album and recent cover of Ramones’ ‘Pet Sematary‘.
Sunday – Pyramid Stage – 15:45
Catch one of the most iconic pop queens perform her greatest hits across all the very best Kylie eras both at Glasto and Sounds of The City this year. She’ll also be including a few tracks from her 14th album Golden which was released last April.
Sunday – Pyramid Stage – 19:30
Leaving fans yearning for their latest album Father of The Bride for six years, Vampire Weekend have proven that they’re worth the wait as they’re back with over 18 brand new tracks itching to be played live