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Charlotte Krol
30 May 2023, 12:06

Glastonbury festival’s full line-up and set times are here

Time to start planning

View of Glastonbury festival's Pyramid Stage during Adele's headline 2016 set
Wikimedia Commons/Brian Marks

Glastonbury has released the full line-up and set times for the festival's 2023 edition.

The event runs from Wednesday, 21st June to Sunday, 25th June, with the bulk of the music taking place on Friday, 23rd June, Saturday, 24th June and Sunday, 25th June. However, performances across music and the arts as well as wellbeing workshops and much more kick off predominantly on Thursday (22nd). 

Among the dance and electronic highlights across the festival are SHERELLE, who will play the Arcadia spider stage from 2am-3am on Friday (23rd), preceded by The Chemical Brothers' DJ set, Floating Points b2b Daphni and Elkka. VTSS takes that stage on Saturday, as well as Skream b2b Interplanetary Criminal. Wilkinson closes out Arcadia from 1.30am - 2:30am on the Sunday (25th), with sets from the likes of DJ Flight and DJ Q b2b Yung Singh taking place earlier that night. 

Other highlights include Batu, Jamz Supernova, LTJ Bukem, Tash LC, Four Tet, Hode and Midland at the IICON stage, Daniel Avery at Lonely Hearts Club from 1 10am-3am on Saturday (24th), Carl Cox at Glade from 11pm-12.30am on Friday (23rd), and Fatboy Slim topping The Park Stage bill from 11pm-12.15am on Saturday (24th). B2b sets from the likes of SHERELLE and I. JORDAN, Danielle and Shanti Celeste, Plams Trax b2b Job Jobse and Ewan McVicar b2b KETTEMA will take place on the Levels stage across the weekend. 

Thursday in the Lonely Hearts Club will host a DJ set from Eliza Rose, while Jyoty & Friends Presents will host a b2b between Charisse C and KILIMANJARO, Kitty Amor, Jael, Lil Silva and SBTRKT.  At the WOW stage on Sunday, Hessle Audio will host a daytime takeover featuring Amaliah, Parris and founders Ben UFO, Pearson Sound and Pangaea.

And that barely scratches the surface. See Glastonbury festival's full line-up and set times here.

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. The Glade and the Park area stages also announced the full bookings earlier in May as well as Block9 last week.