Updated daily: Every artist confirmed for Glastonbury 2020 so far

 Updated daily: Every artist confirmed for Glastonbury 2020 so far

Update 18th March: Glastonbury 2020 has been cancelled due to coronavirus. As such, this page will no longer be updated. More info.

The full line-up isn’t usually confirmed until the end of May, but loads of artists, including the headliners, can be revealed earlier. Tickets sold out in under an hour back in October but resales are planned for April 16th and 19th 2020.

Last year, Stormzy was the first Pyramid Stage headliner to be revealed, with the announcement made on a poster in the windows of Oxfam shops.

Wolf Alice were the first artist officially confirmed to be on the Glastonbury 2020 line-up when Michael Eavis said the band will “definitely be on next year’s Glastonbury lineup for sure” last month. Diana Ross will also be there and Sir Paul McCartney has now been confirmed as the Saturday night Pyramid headliner.

Emily Eavis teased one more announcement before Christmas in a radio interview, and on Sunday 13th December Taylor Swift was confirmed as the Sunday night Pyramid Headliner. Lana Del Ray was then announced on the morning of February 13th and will also appear on the Pyramid.

Kendrick Lamar remains strongly rumoured for the Friday headline slot.

Other artists ‘self-confirm’ before the official announcement, by letting slip they’re booked for Glasto during interviews or on social media. It looks like Aerosmith have done just that and self-confirmed for 2020.

In January 2020, The 1975‘s manager responded to a fan asking about Glastonbury by saying “we really wanna play”. Around a fortnight later, the band told Radio 1’s Annie Mac headlining Glastonbury is: “the only gig I feel like we need to do before it kind of all changes” for the band.

Rumours of My Chemical Romance appearing stepped up a gear after the band announced their first UK show since the band split in 2013 will take place just days before Glastonbury gets started. Some are also hoping Guns N’ Roses could be on the line-up for similar reasons.

Neil Tennant from the Pet Shop Boys hinted they could appear at Worthy Farm in a radio interview, then weeks later made similar comments in a newspaper interview. Fun Lovin’ Criminals and Crowded House have also self-confirmed.

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 next June.

We’ve also listed every artist self-confirmed or rumoured, with links to the source whenever possible.

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The Glastonbury 2020 line-up so far

Confirmed officially by Glasto organisers

Self-confirmed by the artist

When bands or artists reveal they’ll be at Glastonbury at gigs, in interviews or on their social media, without any official word from Glastonbury organisers, we’ll list them here.


Ruled out


We don’t have any confirmation these will be playing at Glastonbury 2020, but they’ve played (usually multiple!) sets at every Glasto for years, so we’d be surprised if they don’t show up.

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A billboard above the Park area at Glastonbury 2019

Bookmakers’ odds

Since Paul McCartney and Taylor Swift have been confirmed, the bookies have stopped taking bets on potential headliners. We’ve kept the old odds below here for reference.

As of November 11th 2019 and according to Sky Bet, the 20 most likely Pyramid Stage headliners are:

  1. Kendrick Lamar 1/2
  2. Taylor Swift 4/7
  3. Paul McCartney 8/11
  4. Aerosmith 9/4
  5. Foals 4/1
  6. The 1975 4/1
  7. Fleetwood Mac 5/1
  8. Arctic Monkeys 11/2
  9. Queen and Adam Lambert 6/1
  10. Biffy Clyro 7/1
  11. Madonna 7/1
  12. Spice Girls 8/1
  13. Coldplay 9/1
  14. Green Day 12/1
  15. Led Zeppelin 12/1
  16. Lady Gaga 14/1
  17. Ariana Grande 16/1
  18. Liam Gallagher (solo) 16/1
  19. Rage Against The Machine 16/1
  20. The Strokes 16/1

Coldplay remain in 13th-place despite frontman Chris Martin recently telling an Australian radio station the band won’t be playing at the festival.

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