Along with all the madness of stage time announcements from Glastonbury Festival 2023 yesterday, it’s easy to get lost in the noise but also for attention to get pulled towards the main stages and speculation of just who “The Churnups” might be playing before Royal Blood on The Pyramid on Friday night.
But it’s worth taking a breath, looking the whole line-up and perhaps, using a scheduling tool like Clashfinder to make sense of it all. But today, the BBC Introducing Stage have shared their line-up poster including some must-see acts, some of who won’t be found on any other stage across the site.
Rising guitar-driven pop star Dylan will close live music on the stage on Friday night, the appearance her only announced set at this year’s festival following a storming UK headline tour followed by a support slot with former Pyramid headliner Ed Sheeran across the U.S. Rockshot Magazine went across to London’s Shepherd’s Bush Empire to check Dylan’s dazzling headline show.
Earlier that day we’ll find indie-popstress Nieve Ella on the BBC Introducing Stage, Ella herself to be recently found supporting Dylan on her headline tour as well as supporting indie rock darlings Inhaler on their recent tour.
Nu Metal’s latest rising star Cassyette will also take a turn on the BBC Introducing stage. The rocker, who Rockshot Magazine managed to catch destroying London’s Electric Ballroom back in March, will bring her extravagant self and deliciously infectious hard rock tunes to the stage on Sunday night, closing the stage.
Dead Pretties frontman Jacob Slater’s new solo project Wunderhorse can be caught following The Last Dinner Party over on Woodsies come Saturday morning, but they’ll also be popping over to BBC Introducing later that afternoon. Definitely one to check out, as Rockshot Magazine’s Simon Reed did when Wunderhorse tore apart Southampton’s Joiners in March.
And those are just the acts that Rockshot Magazine can scream about. There are 17 more acts that are destined for greatness playing across the three days as well as some surprises (as always) that will come to light closer to the time. Check out the full line-up poster below: