Glastonbury full lineup and set times announced

Plan the who, what and when of Glasto weekend now the set times have been released


This article is from 2015.

Glastonbury full line-up and set times announced

"'One Day Like This # 2' - Elbow, Glastonbury Festival 2014" / by jixxer is licensed under CC BY 2.0

Spreadsheets at the ready – the set times for Glastonbury 2015 have been released.

Making it a whole lot easier to plan an itinerary, it has been revealed that Foo Fighters finish up Friday on the Pyramid Stage at 9.15pm; Kanye on Saturday at 10.15pm and The Who bring the weekend to a close on Sunday at 9.45pm.

The full schedule for the Other Stage, West Holts, the Park Stage and the John Peel Stage are also available.

From the sublime to the ridiculous, there are more than 140 acts to choose from, and a guide of some must-sees would be handy. Lucky for you, we've written one.

The obvious choices

Consider yourself unworthy that legendary songwriter, Burt Bacharach (Pyramid Stage, Sat. 4.30pm), is gracing the Glasto stage with his well-appointed songbook. His afternoon slot leaves plenty of time to prepare for the one everyone's talking about, father-to-be and egotastic rapper Kanye West (Pyramid Stage. Sat. 10.15pm), will be the one to watch on Saturday night, so you can say you were there for this controversial headline choice. Sunday sees an early slot for Patti Smith (Pyramid Stage, Sun, 1.15pm), but it would be unwise to miss the veteran punk poet who now has a fine line in festival appearances, then there's a straight run of jangling indie from Belle & Sebastian (The Other Stage. Sun. 6.45pm), gruff indie from The Fall (The Park Stage. Sun. 7.30pm), before finishing with inspired collaboration, Franz Ferdinand and Sparks, or FFS (The John Peel Stage, Sun. 10.05pm).

Worth seeing

Catch up on what's going on with Russian activists Pussy Riot, talking about the fallout from their now infamous cathedral performance (The Park Stage, Fri. Noon), before making a tough choice between New York hip hop duo Run the Jewels (West Holts. Fri. 7pm) or electronic post-dubstep from 'New York New Dorp' hitmakers SBTRKT (The John Peel Stage. Fri. 7.45pm.). Saturday brings a choice between Mercury-winning Scot hip hop from Young Fathers (The Other Stage. Sat. 2.45pm) or electro punk in the form of Sleaford Mods (The John Peel Stage. Sat. 3pm).

Ach, you may as well

Glastonbury without the token 'novelty' act would be amiss, so catch Lionel Ritchie warming up the afternoon (Pyramid Stage. Sun. 4pm), then there's Pharrell (Pyramid Stage. Sat. 8pm) who is bound to sing 'Happy', so you may as well be around for that. Foo Fighters are top of the bill on Friday (Pyramid Stage. Fri. 9.15pm), so if you're not doing anything else, head over there. The big surprise Sunday night headliners turned out to be The Who (Pyramid Stage, Sun, 9.45pm) – not a terrible choice, but hardly worth the build-up afforded to them in the lead-up to the announcement. We'd prefer one of the more interesting options thrown about by the wondering general public.

The full lineup and set times are below.

Pyramid Stage

Foo Fighters: 9.15–11.45pm
Florence + the Machine: 7.15–8.25pm
Motörhead: 5.30–6.30pm
Mary J Blige: 4–5pm
Alabama Shakes 2.30–3.30pm
James Bay: 1–2pm
Chronixx: noon–12.40pm
Michael Clark: 11–11.30am

Kanye West: 10.15–11.45pm
Pharrell Williams: 8–9.15pm
Paloma Faith: 6.15–7.15pm
Burt Bacharach: 4.30–5.30pm
George Ezra: 3–4pm
The Waterboys: 1.30–2.30pm
Courtney Barnett: 12.10–1pm
The Unthanks with Charles Hazlewood and his Orchestra: 11–11.45am

The Who: 9.45–11.15pm
Paul Weller: 7.30–8.45pm
Alt-J: 5.45–6.45pm
Lionel Richie: 4–5.15pm
Patti Smith: 2.15–3.15pm
Hozier: 1–1.45pm
Songhoy Blues: noon–12.40pm
Burtle Silver Band: 11–11.40am

The Other Stage

Rudimental: 10.30–11.45pm
Mark Ronson: 9–10pm
The Courteeners: 7.30–8.30pm
The Vaccines: 6–7pm
Jungle: 4.30–5.30pm
Catfish and the Bottlemen: 3–4pm
Everything Everything: 1.50–2.30pm
The Cribs: 12.30–1.20pm
Special guests: 11am–noon

Deadmau5: 10.30–11.45pm
Ben Howard: 8.40–9.55pm
The Maccabees: 7.05–8.05pm
Clean Bandit: 5.35–8.35pm
Ella Eyre: 4.05–5.05pm
Young Fathers: 2.45–3.45pm
Azealia Banks: 1.20–2.15pm
Frank Turner: noon–12.50pm
Swim Deep: 11–11.40am

The Chemical Brothers: 9.45–11.15pm
Jamie T: 8.15–9.15pm
Belle and Sebastian: 6.45–7.45pm
Future Islands: 5.15–6.15pm
Twin Atlantic: 3.45–4.45pm
Palma Violets: 2.15–3.15pm
Adam Cohen: 1–1.50pm
Soak: noon–12.50pm
Rivals Sons: 11–11.40am

West Holts

Hot Chip: 10.15–11.45pm
Caribou: 8.30–9.30pm
Run the Jewels 7–8pm
The Gaslamp Killer: 5.30–6.30pm
Kasai Allstars: 4–5pm
Marcos Valle: 2.30–3.30pm
Dorian Concept: 1–2pm
The Cambodian Space Project: 11.30am–12.30pm

The Mothership Returns: George Clinton, Parliament, Funkadelic & the Family Stone: 9.45–11.45pm
Todd Terje and the Olsens: 8–9pm
Vintage Trouble: 6.30–7.30pm
Gregory Porter: 5–6pm
Soil and Pimp Sessions: 3.30–4.30pm
Sinkane: 2–3pm
Jane Weaver: 12.30–1.30pm
KOG and the Zongo Brigade: 11am–noon

Flying Lotus: 10–11.15pm
FKA twigs: 8.30–9.30pm
Roy Ayers: 7–8pm
Steel Pulse: 5.30–6.30pm
Cumbia All Stars: 4–5pm
Hiatus Kaiyote: 2.30–3.30pm
Ibibio Sound Machine: 1–2pm
Flaming Gods: 11.30am–12.30pm

The Park Stage

Super Furry Animals: 11pm--12.15am
Jamie xx: 9.30–10.30pm
Sharon van Etten: 8–9pm
Wolf Alice: 6.30–7.30pm
Benjamin Booker: 5–6pm
Glass Animals: 3.30–4.30pm
Shlomo and the Vocal Orchestra : 2.15–3pm
King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard: 1–1.45pm
Pussy Riot in conversation: noon–12.40pm
Rhodes: 11–11.40am

Jon Hopkins: 11pm--12.15am
Spiritualized: 9.30–10.30pm
Mavis Staples: 8–9pm
Father John Misty: 6.30–7.30pm
Kate Tempest: 5–6pm
Gaz Coombes: 3.30–4.30pm
Giant Sand: 2.10–3.10pm
Ibeyi: 1–1.45pm
Eaves: noon–12.40pm
Flo Morrissey: 11–11.40am

Ryan Adams: 10.30–11.45pm
Goat: 9–10.15pm
The Fall: 7.30–8.30pm
Perfume Genius: 6–7pm
Fat White Family: 4.30–5.30pm
The Staves: 3.10–4pm
Rae Morris: 2–2.45pm
Jack Garratt: 1–1.40pm
Denai Moore: noon–12.40pm
Rag N Bone Man: 11–11.40am

The John Peel Stage

Enter Shikari: 10.45–11.45pm
Modestep: 9.15–10.15pm
SBTRKT: 7.45–8.45pm
Circa Waves: 6.25–7.20pm
Peace: 5–6pm
Chet Faker: 4–4.40pm
The Districts: 3–3.40pm
Leon Bridges: 2–2.40pm
Rainy Boy Sleep: 1–1.40pm
Hinds: noon–12.40pm
Weaves: 11–1.40am

Suede: 10.35–11.45pm
La Roux: 9.05–10.05pm
Death From Above 1979: 7.35–8.35pm
Jessie Ware: 6.15–7.10pm
Years and Years: 5–5.50pm
The Pop Group: 4–4.40pm
Sleaford Mods: 3–3.40pm
Slaves: 2–2.40pm
Coasts: 1–1.40pm
Sunset Sons: noon–12.40pm
Isaac Lee-Kronick: 11–11.40am

FFS (Franz Ferdinand and Sparks): 10.05–11.15pm
Death Cab for Cutie: 8.35–9.35pm
Lianne La Havas: 7.05–8.05pm
Charli XCX: 5.50–6.35pm
Django Django: 4.40–5.30pm
Alvvays: 3.40–4.20pm
Prodes: 2.40–3.20pm
Saint Raymond: 1.40–2.20pm
Mini Mansions: 12.40–3.20pm
Gengahr: 11.40am–12.20pm
Lucy Kitchen: 11–11.20am

This article is from 2015.

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