In less than a month, the 2016 edition of Glastonbury will take place on Worthy Farm in Pilton, England.
Already the festival has revealed a large chunk of its lineup, including headliners Adele, Coldplay, and Muse along with LCD Soundsystem, Beck, PJ Harvey, Sigur Rós, James Blake, Underworld, New Order, Jeff Lynne’s ELO, Disclosure, Foals, The Last Shadow Puppets, M83, Madness, CHVRCHES, Grimes, Róisín Murphy, Saint Etienne, Santigold, Band of Horses, Explosions in the Sky, Bat For Lashes, Vince Staples, Mac DeMarco, Savages, AlunaGeorge, Wolf Alice, and Unknown Mortal Orchestra.
Today, organizers announced the complete lineups, and there are several exciting additions. Among them: Tame Impala, Damon Albarn and the Orchestra of Syrian Musicians, Frightened Rabbit, Gary Clark Jr., Nathaniel Rateliff and The Night Sweats, Four Tet, MØ, Alessia Cara, Car Seat Headrest, Christine and the Queens, Cat’s Eyes, DJ Premier, Shlomo, Shura, and actor-turned-DJ Idris Elba
Along joining the lineup are Catfish and the Bottlemen, Editors, James, Band of Skulls, Lee “Scratch” Perry, Mike Skinner (fka The Streets), Blackalicious, Jagwar Ma, John Grant, Mystery Jets, White Denim, The Very Best, St. Paul and the Broken Bones, HÆLOS, and Caravan Palace.
Along with the complete lineup, organizers also revealed the stage and set times. Considering there are over 20 stages, it’s a lot to chew on.