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14th Mar 2024

Glastonbury headliners confirmed for 2024

Charlie Herbert

glastonbury lineup 2024

History will be made at this year’s festival

The Glastonbury lineup for 2024 has been confirmed, including all three headliners.

Dua Lipa, Coldplay and SZA will headline the iconic festival this year, meaning it is the first time in the festival’s history that there have been two female headliners.

Meanwhile, Shania Twain will will play the coveted “legend slot” on Sunday afternoon.

Other acts on this year’s lineup include Brit Award-winning rapper Little Simz and Afrobeats star Burna Boy, who will make his Pyramid Stage debut.

The likes of Idles, Disclosure, The National. The Streets, Two Door Cinema Club, Avril Lavigne and Bombay Bicycle Club will all play on the second-biggest stage, the Other Stage.

And more history will be made this year whem Seventeen become the first K-pop group ever to play on the Pyramid Stage.

Coldplay will become the first ever act to headline Glastonbury five times. Thi will be the first time they’ve played at the festival since 2016.

Dua Lipa last played at Glastonbury seven years ago, but on a much smaller scale when she appeared on the John Peel stage in a slot on Friday afternoon.

The confirmation that she is headlining Glastonbury comes a day after she announced her new album, Radical Optimism, would be arriving on May 3.

And SZA’s headline slot completes an incredible rise from the singer in teh last two years. Her 2022 album SOS was a huge commercial and critical hit, reaching number one in the US and number two in the UK.

Songs from the album won three Grammys and it was widely praised as one of the best albums of recent years.

Tickets for Glastonbury sold out within an hour of going on sale in November, with the festival opening its gates on Wednesday, June 26.

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