Glastonbury announces full line-up for Glade area and Park stage
Carl Cox, Fever Ray, Jockstrap, Denis Sulta, Daniel Avery and more are on the bill
Glastonbury Festival organisers have shared the full 2023 line-ups for the Glade and the Park area stages.
The Glade area of the festival site is known for spotlighting electronic music as well as reggae, dub and more, while the Park area often showcases a broader mix of dance, pop and alternative music.
Carl Cox, who confirmed his attendance earlier this month, will headline the Glade Stage with an exclusive outing of Hybrid Live set on the festival's official opening night (Friday, 23rd June). BBC Radio 1 DJ Danny Howard, Faithless (DJ Set), Syreeta, Gok Wan and Enzo Siragusa will also perform.
The previous evening (Thursday, 22nd June) will see sets from Example, Denis Sulta, Crazy P, as well a b2b set from Daniel Avery and Richard Fearless.
Andy Bell, Zak Starkey, and Shaun Ryder and Bez (Happy Mondays) will also perform in their new 1990s super group Mantra Of The Cosmos, playing live on Sunday evening (25th June). Other highlights include Dele Sosimi and his Afrobeat Orchestra, Karen Nyame KG, Kölsch, and Totally Extinct Enormous Dinosaurs.
The Glade Dome stage, which is set amid trees in the Glade area, meanwhile, has a diverse programme of music ranging from drum & bass and house to techno, amapiano and psy-trance. See the line-up further below.
Elsewhere, the Park Stage will see headline sets from Fever Ray, Fatboy Slim and Alt-J. Day splits are still to be announced. The area, which comprises the Park Stage, Rabbit Hole, Stonebridge, Free University of Glastonbury and HMS Sweet Charity, added new names to the Park Stage last week including Jockstrap, Viagra Boys, Max Richter and more. These acts join the previously announced Thundercat, Sparks, Weyes Blood, The Comet Is Coming, Shygirl, Leftfield, and Unknown Mortal Orchestra in performing on the Park Stage.
Check out the full line-ups for the Glade and the Park areas below.
Earlier this month the Shangri-La area revealed its full line-up including Conducta, Nia Archives, Folamour, Flava D, Eliza Rose, Prospa and many more.
This year's Glastonbury Festival runs from Wednesday, 21st June until Sunday, 25th June.