Glastonbury 2024 line-up revealed – check out who’s playing

Glastonbury has finally unveiled the line-up for the 2024 edition of the festival. Check out the poster and more information below.

Ever since the dust settled on last year’s Worthy Farm event – which saw headliners Arctic Monkeys defeat illness to complete the UK leg of ‘The Car’ tour, Guns ‘N’ Roses deliver “a solid set to the wrong crowd“, and Elton John’s stellar and guest-packed final UK show – much speculation has surrounded who’d be topping the bill for Glasto 2024 this June.

Organiser Emily Eavis revealed that a female headliner pulled out of last year’s event at the Somerset festival to be replaced by Guns ‘N’ Roses (widely believed to be Rihanna) and then they’d booked two female headliners and a female act for the legends slot for Glastonbury 2024. She then double-downed on these claims earlier this month, when she revealed that the full bill would drop this week.


Fans believed that SZA would be one of the headliners due to her UK touring commitments aligning – including a huge show at BST Hyde Park in London – with many believing that she’d been joining the other long-rumoured acts topping the Pyramid Stage, namely the likes of Coldplay, Dua Lipa, Stevie Wonder, Madonna and Rihanna. Shania Twain was also widely believed to be filling the Sunday legends slot, while Smokey Robinson had also spoken of being “in talks” to appear.

Now the full line-up has arrived. Check it out below.

Back in November, coach and ticket packages sold out in 25 minutes before the general ticket sale sold out in just under an hour. However, a re-sale of unwanted and unpaid-for tickets will take place next month for those registered. Visit here for more information.

Last year saw re-sale tickets for Glasto 2023 sell out in just six minutes.

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Glastonbury 2024 will take place from Wednesday June 26 through to Sunday June 30 at Worthy Farm in Pilton, Somerset.

See NME‘s highlights from Glasto 2023 here, also featuring a surprise set from Foo Fighters as The Churnups, Lana Del Rey’s late set on The Other Stage, Lil Nas X storming the Pyramid Stage, Rick Astley going viral with his Glasto debut, and much more.

Check back at NME for more Glastonbury news.