Okay folks, it’s time to start checking out the latest additions to the bill and planning those clashes for this year’s Glastonbury Festival! The full Glastonbury 2023 line-up featuring over 3,000 performances across dozens of stages at this year’s Festival has now been unveiled with a few more stages to come. This is when those lucky enough to be attending this year’s edition start checking out those pesky clashes because, as always, there are so many incredible acts playing, there will invariably be acts you’ll want to see playing different stages at the same time.
Newly announced today, but being teased by the band for a while, are Josh Homme-led deserts rockers Queens Of The Stone Age, who will be closing out proceedings on The Other stage … right opposite the legend that is Elton John, who will be playing the Pyramid at the same time! Why oh why?
These two will also play at the same slot as Rudimental on West Holts, French indie-poppers Phoenix on the newly-named Woodsies and English synth-poppers Alt-J over at The Park.
On the other hand, on Friday night we get a one-two punch of Royal Blood followed by Arctic Monkeys on the Pyramid! But just who are “The Churnups” playing before the Brightonian rock duo on The Pyramid?
Similarly, those hoping to check out both Lana Del Rey and rock legends Guns N’ Roses are out of luck, as they’ll be playing against each other on the two main stages on Saturday night. And they too will be facing off against West Holts headliner Loyle Carner, Woodsies closer Christine And The Queens and Park stage topper Fatboy Slim!
The famous Sunday “TBA” slot on the John Peel stage has moved to Saturday on the newly-named Woodies stage following Shame and ahead of Italian Eurovision rockers Måneskin. Following George Ezra’s turn last year, who will it be this year?? The Park stage also features a “TBA” slot on Saturday evening, the stress of making decisions!!
Check out the full line-up with stage times here and get planning!!