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Martin Guttridge-Hewitt
14 March 2024, 12:14

Glastonbury line-up 2024: Faithless, Orbital, Honey Dijon, Eliza Rose, many more announced

Hundreds of electronic acts and DJs will join headliners including Coldplay, Dua Lipa and SZA

Glastonbury line-up 2024: Faithless, Orbital, Honey Dijon, Eliza Rose, many more announced

Glastonbury has announced its line-up for 2024. The beloved performing arts festival will run from Wednesday 26th to Sunday 30th June. 

A variety of high-profile names from the electronic music world have been confirmed so far, with many more to be announced over the coming months. These include Orbital, Disclosure, LCD Soundsystem, Nia Archives, Peggy Gou, Eliza Rose, Honey Dijon, Nitin Sawhney, Justice, and Bonobo. Faithless – who will be making their return to the live arena this summer following the passing of Maxi Jazz in December 2022 – will also perform.

Elsewhere, Barry Can't Swim, London Grammar, Headie One, Ghetts, Mount Kimbie, James Blake, Jamie XX, Romy, Sofia Kourtesis, The Streets, DJ Spen, and Skream & Benga are also among those heading to Worthy Farm. Individual line-ups for specific areas, such as dedicated dance havens the Beat Hotel, Arcadia, Block 9, Glade and Shangri-La, have yet to be revealed. 

These names join headliners and acts from the pop, rock and indie worlds including Dua Lipa, Coldplay, SZA, Little Simz, Shania Twain and Jessie Ware.

You can find a full list of all names currently set to play here

Last year marked Glastonbury's second edition following the pandemic. For 2024, controversy has again surrounded ticket prices, which rose to £360, a £75 increase since the first post-Covid 19 instalment, in 2022. In response, organisers pointed not just to the perilous state of festival financing in general, but also the independent status of the UK's most famous summer gathering. All tickets sold out for this year in under one hour.

A competition is currently underway to win one of 20 pairs of passes to Glastonbury 2024 by donating to two of the institution's charitable partners, War Child and Oxfam. Contributions must be made by 12 noon GMT on Thursday 28th March to stand a chance of getting in for free. Full details can be found on the associated Crowdfunder page. Unsuccessful hopefuls will still be able to watch extensive coverage through broadcasts, with 50.3 million tuning in via BBC Sounds and iPlayer to catch 2023's biggest highlights.