Glastonbury Festival Reveals Its Full Line Up for 2011

Posted on 14 April 2011
By Lara Leon-Cullen
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The complete line-up for this year’s Glastonbury festival was revealed today on the Glastonbury website.

The legendary festival takes place between 24-26 June at Worthy Farm in Somerset. Headliners had already been confirmed as U2, Coldplay and Beyonce and they will now be sharing the Pyramid stage with the likes of Morrissey, Biffy Clyro, Pendulum and Paul Simon.

Queens of the Stone Age, Kaiser Chiefs, Primal Scream and The Chemial Brothers will grace the Other Stage while Cee Lo Green, The Streets, Glasvegas, Wild Beasts and Kool and the Gang will be among the many other artists performing.

Tickets to the festival were snapped up within a space of hours by eager fans when they went on sale last year but there will be a resale of cancelled and returned tickets this Sunday (17 April) at 9am. There is expected to be extremely high demand for the small number of tickets in the resale which will be limited to 4 per person. If you wish to purchase a ticket you will need to register in advance on the Glastonbury website and they will only be available to buy here http://www2.seetickets.com/g2011/ or by calling the Seetickets booking line on 0844 412 4635.

The line up for the two main stages is as follows

Pyramid Stage

Friday
U2
Morrissey
Biffy Clyro
Wu Tang Clan
Two Door Cinema Club
Metronomy
The Master Musicians of Joujouka

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

Sunday
Beyoncé
Pendulum
Plan B
Paul Simon
Laura Marling
Don McLean
The Low Anthem
Fisherman’s Friends

Other Stage

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

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

Sunday
Queens of the Stone Age
Kaiser Chiefs
TV on the Radio
Bombay Bicycle Club
The Noisettes
Cold War Kids
Clare Maguire
Dan Mangan

The rest of the festival line-up is available here http://www.glastonburyfestivals.co.uk/