Glastonbury Festival is finally celebrating its 50th anniversary after 3 long years. Listed below are some of our favourite artists who are appearing at Glastonbury over the weekend, where, and what time you can watch them perform at the iconic festival.
Sam Fender will be playing the iconic Pyramid Stage at 8.15pm on Friday 24 June. He will be the second to last act to perform of the night with Billie Eilish scheduled just after. His and his band’s long since sold out rescheduled shows will conclude this November, after his return to the live arena this Summer has been explosive, seeing Sam play to hundreds of thousands of fans on festival stages and at his rescheduled headline dates right across the UK.
In 2019, Foals’ two-part album ‘Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost’ took them to new heights with their first #1 on the Official Album Charts and BRIT Award for Best Group. Two years on, the band have released ‘Wake Me Up’ – a first taste of their eagerly anticipated new album which will follow in 2022.
They then tour Europe in May ahead of the summer festival season. Please see their official website for a full list of dates and ticket information. If you can’t catch them on Sunday at the other stage at, 22:30 – 23:45, Catch them at Sounds of The City on the 8th of July.
Crowded House are a rock band formed in Melbourne, and led by Neil Finn, who has led it through several incarnations and now features two of his sons. The Antipodean band will feature on the Pyramid Stage on the first day of Glastonbury from 15.15-16.15. Expect songs from the band’s classic back-catalogue plus last year’s long awaited seventh studio album, Dreamers Are Waiting. Catch them at Castlefield Bowl for Sounds of the City soon!
LORDE makes her highly anticipated return with critically acclaimed new single, “Solar Power,” from her third full-length studio album, Solar Power, due out August 20th. LORDE currently has over 12 million albums sold worldwide and over 10 billion streams worldwide, in addition to a successful international tour. She will be playing the Pyramid Stage on Sunday from 19.30-20.45.
Stockport native band Blossoms are a band that need very little introduction – considering the success of their third album ‘Foolish Loving Spaces’, released in January 2020. Despite their major headline tour being sadly cut short last year due to the Coronavirus pandemic, we can look forward a brand new fourth album. You can catch them on the Other Stage on Friday at 14.15-15.15.
The rock band headed up by Pete Doherty last played the Pyramid Stage in 2015 but will open the festival as the first band on the Other Stage on Friday June 24 this year. Starting at 11.30 until 12.30
Shopkeepers and builders, who were brought together in Port Isaac to rekindle the art of sea shanty, will be playing the Acoustic Stage on Sunday, at 17.30-18.15.
Sea Girls, one of the most exciting guitar bands to have emerged in recent times, are the torchbearers for the next wave. Delivering sing-along anthems for the masses, the band’s journey is well and truly on its way, with the chance to see them at Glastonbury on the Other Stage 12.15-13.00
Scouting for Girls
Scouting for Girls are doing a major UK tour this winter. Throughout Scouting For Girls’ career, the band have sold over two million albums, two million singles, garnered over 500 million streams, been nominated for 4 Brit Awards as well as an Ivor Novello, had four top ten singles, sold-out OVO Wembley Arena, The Royal Albert Hall and two nights at The London Palladium. They will be performing from 18.30-19.30 on the Acoustic Stage on Saturday.
AJ has made massive wins in the face of adversities, and his last year was no different. In what is now his biggest year to date, AJ had the most top 5 singles of any British artist in 2020 and spent the summer of 2021 co-headlining some of the most renowned festivals in the country, from Reading to Wireless and will be headlining the size? Sessions Festival in August. You will see him on Saturday at Glastonbury, at 16.00-16.45 on the Pyramid Stage.
Paul Heaton & Jacqui Abbott
Beautiful South mainstays Paul Heaton & Jacqui Abbott’s fourth studio album ‘Manchester Calling’ which was released in March 2020, entered the UK official album chart at No 1, Paul & Jacqui’s first No 1 album as a duo. As members of the Beautiful South they reached the No 1 slot in the albums chart three times. They will appear on the Acoustic Stage on Friday, from 21.30 until 23.00Glastonbury