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2011 Glastonbury Festival Line Up Announced!

| On 14, Apr 2011

The event takes place from June 22-24 at Worthy Farm in Somerset.
U2, Beyonce and Coldplay will headline the festival. Other acts already confirmed include Cee-Lo Green, Big Boi and Janelle Monae.

Morrissey, Paul Simon, Wild Beasts, Fatboy Slim, Queens Of The Stone Age, DJ Shadow, Plan B are also on the bill.

Other acts confirmed today (April 14) include Pete Tong, Kaiser Chiefs, Laura Marling, Kool & The Gang, The Streets, Robyn, Jamie Woon and Devlin.

2011 Glastonbury Line-Up:

Friday

Pyramid Stage

U2
Morrissey
Biffy Clyro
B.B King
Wu-Tang Clan
Two Door Cinema Club
Metronomy
The Master Musicians Of Joujouka

Other Stage

Primal Scream
Mumford and Sons
Fleet Foxes
Bright Eyes
The Wombats
The Vaccines
The Kills
Brother
Chipmunk

West Holts

Cee Lo Green
Chase And Status
Jimmy Cliff
Heliocentrics with Mulatu
Little Dragon
Gonjasufi
Dengue Fever
Ziriguidum

John Peel Stage

DJ Shadow
Example
The Coral
I Am Kloot
Darwin Deez
Cage The Elephant
Miles Kane
Mona
Stonefield
Cocoon

The Park

Crystal Castles
Caribou
Special Guests
Bio Audio Dynamite
Day Dream Beliebers
Warpaint
Jenny & Johnny
Caitlin Rose
Dylan Le Blanc
Group Love
Narisarato

Acoustic

Brit Floyd
Raul Malo from The Mavericks
Eric Bibb
Hothouse Flowers
Newton Faulkner
The Otway Band
Sean Rowe
Gabrielle Aplin
Rainy Boy Sleep

East Dance

Fatboy Slim
Fatboy Slim vs Carl Cos
Carl Cos
Ke$ha
The Midnight Beast
Katy B
Fenech Soler
Mike Posner
Beardyman

Saturday

Pyramid Stage

Coldplay
Elbow
Paolo Nutini
Tinie Tempah
Rumer
The Gaslight Anthem
Tame Impala
Stornoway

Other

The Chemical Brothers
White Lies
Friendly Fires
Jimmy Eat World
Jessie J
Twilight Singers
Treetop Flyers
Alice Gold

West Holts

Big Boi
Janelle Monae
Aloe blacc
Fools Gold
Omar Souleyman
Brandt Brauer Frick
Nicolas Jaar LIVE
Narasirato
London Afrobeat Collective

John Peel

Glasvegas
Battles
Noah And The Whale
The Horrors
Warpaint
Anna Calvi
Dry the River
Yuck
Brave Yesterday

The Park

Wild Beasts
James Blake
Special Guests
Tame Impala
The Walkmen
Graham Coxon
Those Dancing Days
About Group
Balearic Folk Orchestra
Ellen & The Escapades

Acoustic

Deacon Blue
Nick Lowe
Pentangle
Thea Gilmore sings Dylan’s John Wesley Harding
The Webb Sisters or, to quote Leonard Cohen, “the sublime Webb Sisters”
Emily and The Woods
Isobel Anderson
Kassidy
Simon Lynge

East Dance

Professor Green
Devlin
Labrinth
Wretch 32
Jodie Connor
MistaJam
Skepta
Yasmin
Giggs
Mz Bratt
P Money
Griminal
Dot JR

Sunday

Pyramid Stage

Beyonce
Pendulum
Plan B
Paul Simon
Laura Marling
Don McLean
The Low Anthem
Fisherman’s Friendship

Other

Queens Of The Stone Age
Kaiser Chiefs
The Eels
TV On The Radio
Bombay Bicycle Club
The Noisettes
Cold War Kids
Clare Maguire
Dan Mangan

West Holts

Kool & The Gang
Hercules & Love Affair
The Go! Team
Duane Eddy
Bellowhead
Jah Wobble & the Nippon Dub Ensemble
Jamie Woon
Hidden Orchestra

John Peel

The Streets
Robyn
Hurts
The Vaccines
Everything Everything
OK Go
The Joy Formidable
Foster The People
Raghu Dixit
My Tiger My Timing

The Park

Gruff Rhys
Lykke Li
John Grant
The Bees
James Vincent McMorrow
Jonny
Sea Of Bees
The Pierces
Troy Ellis & Hail Jamaica

Acoustic

Suzanne Vega
Imelda May
John Cooper Clarke
Wine Women & Song featuring Matraca Berg, Suzy Boggus, Gretchen Peters
London Community Gospel Choir
The Magnets
Iona Marshall
Caitlin Rose
Ellyn Maybe

East Dance

Pete Tong
The Japanese Popstars
Steve Lawler
Claude Vonstroke
Azari & 111
Funkagenda & Chris Lake BDB
Mark Knight
Matt Hardwick

Tickets for the festival have already sold out.