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The beast of Glastonbury approaches yet again. With a lineup boasting both iconic legends and rising stars, 2024 promises to be another unforgettable year. Whether you're a first-time attendee or a seasoned Glasto-goer, we'll highlight the must-see acts that will define your Glastonbury 2024 experience. Get ready to mark your schedule and immerse yourself in the magic that only Glastonbury can offer.


With elements of punk, funk, jazz, and electronic music, creating a distinctive and dynamic sound. Squid’s energetic and often unpredictable live performances, marked by intricate rhythms and socially conscious lyrics, have earned them a dedicated following. With standout tracks like "Houseplants" and "Narrator," and their critically acclaimed debut album "Bright Green Field," Squid continues to make significant impact on the contemporary music scene.

When: Friday, West Holts Stage @ 14:00-15:00



The Mary Wallopers capture the essence of Irish folk music, drawing audiences into the vibrant world of Irish culture and tradition. Their dedication to preserving and revitalizing folk music has earned them a loyal fanbase and critical acclaim within the folk music community. Celebrated for their spirited renditions of traditional ballads and contemporary folk tunes, originating from Dundalk, Ireland, the band is fronted by brothers Charles and Andrew Hendy, accompanied by Sean McKenna. Their music is characterised by rich vocal harmonies, rousing instrumentation, and a distinctive blend of humour and storytelling

When: Friday, The Park Stage @ 15:00 - 16:00



Originating from the Midlands, UK, duo Big Special have quickly gained attention for their raw energy, compelling lyrics, and distinctive soundscapes. Their live performances are intense and engaging, leaving a lasting impression on audiences. With their debut album 'POSTINDUSTRIAL HOMETOWN BLUES' just released, Big Special are one of the most talked about bands in the country, and poised to make a significant mark on this year's Glastonbury.

When: Friday, Left Field @ 17:35-18:10



Hailing from Brighton, UK, Valero's music blends elements of folk, rock, and pop, creating a sound that is both contemporary and timeless. With an authentic approach to his craft, Jack Valero is quickly becoming a notable presence in the modern singer-songwriter scene. Valero’s performances are characterised by his intimacy and sincerity, often highlighting his skillful guitar work and lyrical depth. With multiple slots at this year's Glastonbury, he's one to make sure you catch.


Friday, Wishing Well @ 18:00 - 19:00

Saturday, The Hive @ 17:15 - 18:00

Sunday, Bread And Roses @ 12:00 - 12:40



Johnny Flynn is a multifaceted artist renowned for his work as a singer-songwriter, actor, and poet. Born in Johannesburg, South Africa, and raised in the UK, Flynn's music seamlessly blends folk, indie rock, and traditional English music, characterized by poetic lyrics, intricate acoustic guitar work, and his distinctive, soulful voice. Flynn's albums, such as "A Larum" and "Country Mile". Opening the Park Stage, It'll be sure to sooth you into your Saturday.

When: Saturday, The Park Stage @ 11:10 - 12:10



Nubiyan Twist's music is characterized by intricate arrangements, powerful horn sections, and the soulful, charismatic vocals of frontwoman Nubiya Brandon. Their energetic live performances are a blend of infectious rhythms, captivating improvisations, and thought-provoking lyrics. With critically acclaimed albums like "Freedom Fables" and a reputation for pushing genre boundaries, Nubiyan Twist is making a significant impact on the contemporary music scene. A staple on the festival circuit and one that should be in your Glasto 2024 schedule.

When: Saturday, Glade @ 17:20 - 18:30



One of the favourites from this years line up, Lankum explore themes of Irish history, social justice, and folklore through haunting vocal harmonies, intricate instrumentation, and raw, emotive performances. Lankum's ability to blend traditional Irish melodies with innovative arrangements has earned them critical acclaim and a dedicated global following. With albums like "Between the Earth and Sky" and "The Livelong Day," Lankum continues to redefine and preserve the essence of Irish folk music in the modern era.

When: Saturday, The Park Stage @ 18:00 - 19:00



With a 2am slots on both the Bimble Inn and PEACE stage, London based newcomers Fat Dog are guaranteed to end or start your night right, with pulsing synths and huge drums in a mix of electronic and punk. With their debut album 'Woof' on the way, It seems this year's Glastonbury could be theirs for the taking.


Thursday, Strummerville @ 23:00 - 23:40

Thursday, PEACE @ 02:00 - 03:00

Saturday, Bimble Inn @ 02:00 - 03:00

Sunday, Lonely Hearts Club @ 19:45 - 20:45


  • LCD Soundsystem

LCD Soundsystem is the brainchild of American musician and producer James Murphy, known for blending dance-punk, electronic, and indie rock influences into a unique and influential sound. Formed in 2002, LCD Soundsystem gained acclaim for their energetic live performances and critically acclaimed albums such as "Sound of Silver" and "This Is Happening." Their music is characterized by catchy hooks, pulsating rhythms, and Murphy's introspective lyrics, which often touch on themes of identity, aging, and modern urban life. LCD Soundsystem's impact on contemporary music is profound, bridging the gap between indie and electronic music while maintaining a distinct artistic vision that continues to resonate with audiences worldwide.

When: Friday, Pyramid Stage @ 19:45 - 21:00



There ain't no party like a Shania Twain party...

When: Pyramid Stage @ 15:4 - 17:00


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