Glastonbury Festival have released the set times (here) for the main stages across the weekend and also revealed a few additional theatre and cabaret acts it will be home to over the weekend.
Anyone For Tennis?, Armagh Rhymers, Beautiful Stu, Billy Kidd, Bluff'swingueurs, Che Chaplin, Chinese Lion, DJuggledy, Faces Of Disco, Fatt Matt, Felicity Footloose Show, Franktastiko, Great Dave, Guns of Navarone, Herbie Treehead, Jason Maverick, Land of the Giants, LEKIDDO - Lord of The Lobsters!, Mable Staplegun, Maia, Mik Artistik's Ego Trip, Mr H, Mr Vita, Paul Currie, Railroad Bill, Reality Tv Me, Rob Roy Collins, Shandy South, Silver, Steve Aruni & Henry The Groover, The Famous Rubberband Boy, The Lords Of Strut, The Mighty Gareth, The Scarlet Lady, The Silly People, Vinyl Burns, andZanzibar have all been added to the bill. To see who is playing where, click the Theatre & Circus link to view the stage splits.
Next week the gates will have already opened for Glastonbury Festival's gates open most of the extensive line-up across more than 50 stages has been announced, as well as music there's theatre, circus, comedy, speakers, special guests, films, installations, and campaigners who will be keeping Festival goers entertained over the five full days from Wednesday 26th June until Monday 1st July 2013 across a 1000 hectares (2470 acres) of beautiful countryside at Worthy Farm, Somerset.
Tickets were priced at £205, and have sold out.
The Rolling Stones, Mumford & Sons, and Arctic Monkeys headline with Bobby Womack, Dizzee Rascal, Primal Scream, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, Vampire Weekend, Elvis Costello, Portishead, Chase & Status, The xx, Foals, Example, The Smashing Pumpkins, Alt-J, Two Door Cinema Club, Public Image Ltd. (PiL), Tame Impala, Alabama Shakes, Editors, Chic Ft. Nile Rodgers, Public Enemy, The Weeknd, Seasick Steve, Major Lazer, Tom Tom Club, Maverick Sabre, Lianne La Havas, Crystal Castles, Hurts, Phoenix, Bruce Forsyth, Bastille, Everything Everything, James Blake, Johnny Marr, The Courteeners, Jessie Ware, Cat Power, The Horrors, Fuck Buttons, Django Django, Rodriguez, Dinosaur Jr, Calexico, Steve Mason, Palma Violets, Devandra Banhat, Michael Kiwanuka, Steve Winwood, Sinead O' Connor, Lucinda Williams, Glen Hansard, Bill Wyman's Rhythm Kings, Gabrielle Aplin, The Proclaimers, Martha Wainwright, Seth Lakeman, KT Tunstall, Ben Caplan, Beverley Knight, Crowns, Evan Dando, Gary Clark Jr, and many, many more.
To take a look at the music line-up see our Glastonbury 2013 line-up here.
Glastonbury Festival supports Wateraid and sent a film maker and a journalist and photographer from the Western Daily Press and Mid Somerset Series to see the impact of the Festival's continuing support for the charity. You can see the film below.
They visited schools, communities and farming collectives who had all benefitted from improved access to safe water and sanitation, amking a huge impact on their lives. Access to these basic services allows people to be healthier, more productive and forms the very first step out of poverty and allow people the chance to flourish.
WaterAid transforms lives by improving access to safe water, hygiene and sanitation in the world's poorest communities. This year the charity is campaigning to get world leaders to 'Pump up the Volume' and agree to a world where everyone everywhere has access to safe water and sanitation by 2030. To sign the petition and for more information please visit: www.wateraid.org/pumpupthevolume or follow@wateraiduk
eFestivals also supports WaterAid which is an international charity dedicated to helping some of the world's poorest communities to safe water, improved hygiene and sanitation. It is one of the official charities of Glastonbury Festival and has strong support from Michael and Emily Eavis who visited projects in Mozambique in 2006.
The charity has over 150 volunteers at the festival who help at the African pit latrines, she-pees (female urinals), litter pick and man the WaterAid stand by the Pyramid Stage.
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