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Published: 2013/03/27

The Rolling Stones, Mumford & Sons, Alabama Shakes, JJ Grey & Mofro, Gary Clark Jr., Steve Winwood and More Confirmed for Glastonbury

The Rolling Stones will headline the annual Glastonbury Festival this summer as part of their 50 Years & Counting Tour. The multi-day gathering will take place from June 28-30. Other confirmed acts include: Mumford & Sons, Vampire Weekend, Foals, The xx, Alabama Shakes, JJ Grey & Mofro, Sinéad O’Connor, Xavier Rudd, Tom Tom Club, Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds, Lucinda Williams, Gary Clark Jr., Charles Bradley, Phoenix, Rufus Wainwright, Jenny Rogers, Tame Impala, Editors, Azealia Banks, Of Monsters and Men, the Lumineers, Steve Winwood and many others. Former Stones bassist Bill Wyman—who reunited with the Stones for a few songs in London this past fall—is also confirmed to play with his Rhythm Kings.

Mick Jagger tweeted, “Can’t wait to play Glastonbury. I have my wellies and my yurt!” Likewise, in a statement Keith Richards said, “We all had such a ball last year, and the energy between the band is so good. We can’t wait to play Glastonbury, see you on a summer’s day in England!”

The Stones are expected to announce additional 2013 dates in the coming weeks.

Acts confirmed to play the festival’s Pyramid Stage

Arctic Monkeys
the Rolling Stones
Mumford & Sons
Dizzee Rascal
Primal Scream
Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds
Vampire Weekend
Elvis Costello
the Vaccines
Kenny Rogers
Ben Howard
Rita Ora
Rufus Wainwright
Jake Bugg
Professor Green
Laura Mvula
Billy Bragg
Rokia Traoré
First Aid Kit
Haim

Acts confirmed to play The Other Stage

Chase & Status
The xx
Foals
Example
The Smashing Pumpkins
Alt-J
Two Door Cinema Club
PiL
Tame Impala
Alabama Shakes
Editors
Azealia Banks
Of Monsters and Men
the Lumineers
Enter Shikari
I Am Kloot
The Hives
Amanda Palmer

Acts confirmed to play the West Holts stage

Chic ft Nile Rogers
Public Enemy
The Weeknd
Seasick Steve
Major Lazer
Tom Tom Club
Maverick Sabre
Lianne Les Havas
Toro Y Moi
Ondatrópica
Sérgio Mendes
Dub Colossus
the Orb & Indigenous People
The Child of Lov
Alice Russell
Goat
BADBADNOTGOOD
The Bombay Royale
Matthew E. White
Riot Jazz

Acts confirmed to play The Park stage

Cat Power
The Horrors
Fuck Buttons
Django Django
Rodriguez
Dinosaur Jr
Calexico
Steve Mason
Palma Violets
Devendra Banhart
Michael Kiwanuka
Solange
King Krule
Stealing Sheep
Tim Burgess
Melody’s Echo Chamber
Ed Harcourt
Half Moon Run
Josephine
Teleman

Acts confirmed to play the John Peel stage

Crystal Castles
Hurts
Phoenix
Bastille
Everything Everything
James Blake
Johnny Marr
The Courteeners
Jessie Ware
Tyler, The Creator
Frightened Rabbit
Miles Kane
Local Natives
The Strypes
Savages
Tom Odell
Peace
Daughter
Villagers
Toy
Jagwar Ma

Acts confirmed to play the Silver Hayes stage

Nas
Hot Natured
Disclosure
Rudimental
The Family Stone
Skream & Benga
Sub Focus
Charles Bradley
SBTRKT
Netsky
Dogblood
The Congos
The 2 Bears
Aluna George
Julio Bashmore
Wiley
TEED
Gold Panda
David Rodigan

Acts confirmed to play the Acoustic tent

Sinéad O’Connor
Stevie Winwood
Lucinda Williams
Glen Hansard
Bill Wyman’s Rhythm Kings
Gabrielle Aplin
The Proclaimers
Martha Wainwright
Seth Lakeman
KT Tunstall
Gretchen Peters
Martin Stevenson & The Daintees

Acts confirmed to play the Avalon stage

Ben Caplan
Beverley Knight
Crowns
Evan Dando
Gary Clark Jr.
JJ Grey & Mofro
Josh Doyle
Lucy Rose
Mad Dog Mcrea
Molotov Jukebox
Newton Faulkner
Oysterband
Penguin Café
Shooglenifty
Stornoway
The Destroyers
The Staves
The Urban Voodoo Machine
Vintage Trouble
Xavier Rudd

Comments

There are 5 comments associated with this post

Don't get it March 27, 2013, 17:37:04

The fact that arctic monkeys are higher on the bill than the stones names absolutely no sense

PM March 27, 2013, 18:27:00

I want to be a sardine. Festivals suck!

jamesdinct March 27, 2013, 19:03:07

what a lame lineup. cant they get anyone good, like phish or panic, jeesh. maybe if they didnt list one band ahead of the rolling stones i would go but that just blew it for me, they are so dumb cuz now i wont go. wheres the DSO, this doest even jam.

Stop Hating March 27, 2013, 23:17:46

The reason Arctic Monkeys are in front of The Stones on the lineup is probably b/c The Stones headline Saturday whereas Arctic Monkeys play Friday.

the big G May 25, 2013, 17:56:12

Don’t come if you can’t lay back and enjoy it! everything in life is what YOU make it….

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