Updated daily: Every artist confirmed for Glastonbury 2019 so far10th January 2019
Wondering which bands are playing at Glastonbury this summer?
The full line-up isn’t confirmed until the end of May, but some artists get revealed earlier. Long-rumoured Stormzy was the first headliner confirmed this year on 15th November. So far, four artists are officially confirmed for the Glastonbury 2019 line-up.
Other artists ‘self-confirm’ before the official announcement, by letting slip they’re booked for Glasto during interviews or on social media.
We’ve compiled a list of all the acts confirmed so far, and we’ll be updating it every time we find out an artist will be at Pilton this June. We’ve also covered which bands have been ruled out or self-confirmed.
The list is a bit thin on the ground this early on, but expect it to start filling up fast over the next few weeks.
The Glastonbury 2019 line-up so far
Confirmed officially by Glasto organisers
- Stormzy (Friday Pyramid headliner)
- Kylie Minogue (Sunday Pyramid
legends / teatimeslot)
- Janelle Monae (West Holts headliner)
Self-confirmed by the artist
- Mike Skinner / The Streets (Rum Shack DJ Set)
- Hacienda Classical
- Mike Dennis (Croissant
- Henge (Shangri-La)
- Horse Meat Disco
- My Bad Sister
Ruled out by organisers
Stormzy(now confirmed) Kylie Minogue(now confirmed) Madonna(ruled out by Emily Eavis) Paul McCartney(now playing in Las Vegas on Glasto weekend)
- The Cure
- Tame Impala
- Chemical Brothers (“there might be that one” – Tom Rowlands)
- A reunited Oasis (superseded by rumours of separate performances)
- Liam Gallagher (solo)
- Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds
Elton John(ruled out by Emily Eavis)
- The Spice Girls
- Lauryn Hill
Main image credit: Andrew Allcock