The line-up has been announced for Glastonbury Festival's Silver Hayes Dance Village which will feature six stages: Sonic, Wow, Gully, The Blues, Pussy Parlure and BBC Introducing.
The line-up in full is 2 Kings Soundsystem, A Sagittariun, Addison Groove, Ady Suleiman, Akase, Alexia Coley, Amy Becker, Annie Mac, Avon Soul Army DJs, Baloji, Barely Legal, Batida, BBC 1Xtra Takeover, BBC Radio is Essential Mix, Blackalicious, Bliss Zion & Tickles, Blonde, Bob Moses, Boms, Braids, Brixton Disco Club, Broadway Sounds, Bugzy Malone, Butterz Showcase, Elijah & Skilliam, Royal T, DJ Q & Swindle, Charlie Sloth, Chimpo, Claptone, Craig David's TS5, Culture Shock with MC ID, Danny Disc, Danny L Harle, Decadent Times, Dele Sosimi Afrobeat Orchestra, Dende & Band, Dezzi Rankin, Dimension With MC ID, Disciples, Dismantle, DJ Badly, Casswarrior, DJ Conrad, DJ Dapper Dan, Dennis, DJ Die, Ezy Rider, DJ Fanne, DJ Luck & MC Neat, Origi, DJ Premier, Queen Bee, Russ Ryan, Stevie Bear, Trufix, DJ Von, DJ Yoda, MC DRS, Dua Lipa, Eats Everything, Eclectic Ballroom, Ekkah, Ephemerals, Estere, Eva Lazarus, Fatima Yamaha, Feel my Bicep, Feel The Real Soundsystem, Formations, Four Tet, Frances, Generals HiFi, GotSome, Grace, Graham Candy, Greenpeace DJs, Greenpeace Ground Control Heds Party Takeover, Guts, Haelos, Hayden James, Hazel Som, Hollie Cook, Honne, Idris Elba, Isaiah Dreads, Ivy Lab, Jalapeno Sound System, Jamz Supemova, Jenna & the G's, J HUS, Jones, Julio Bashmore, Jungle by Night, Kano, Khanage, Khruangbin, Kiko Bun, Kovacs, Kowton, KSI, Kurupt FM, Lady Leshurr, Lady Lykez, Lady Sanity, Lee Scratch Perry, Leon Vynehall, Levelz, Lion Babe, Lion Star, Lounge Cats Ideals, Mabel, Maceo Plex, Madam X, Mahalia, Man Power, Maribou State, Maya Jama, Melody Kane, MI7 DJs, Mixnots, Monki, Moxie, Mr Bongo, Mr Solid Gold, Mr Vegas, Ms Dynamite, Ms Ko, Mungos Hi Fi, Mura Masa, My Nu Leng, Mydy Rabycad, Nadia Rose, Nao, Natty, Netsky, Neville Staple (DJ Set), Normski, Novelist, Oka, Oliver Heldens, One Giant Leap, Oneman, Original Paradise Bangkok DJs Mak Sai & Chris Menist , Palms Trax, Park Ranger, PBR Streetgang, Peggy Hsu, Preditah, Propaganda DJs, Protoje, Radiola Serra Alta, Rag n Bone Man, Raleigh Richie, Red Axes, Redlight, Rejjie Snow, Rude Kid with Youngman, Section Boyz, SG Lewis, Sian Anderson, Sidestepper, Silver Hayes Crew Heds Party Takeover, Siobhan Bell, Sip The Juice, Sisy Ey, Slamboree, Slipmatt, Smith & Mighty, Snakehips, MC Soom T, Sorceress, Stefflon Don, Stormzy, Sub Luna City, Sultan of the Disco, Suming, Swindle, Tensnake, The Age Of L.U.N.A, Tiggs Da Author, Tom Misch, Trampolene DJs, True Vibenation, Twiggy Garcia, Vaults, Welfare Unit (Ft. Kate Tempest, Kwake Bass, Dan Carey & Alex Gent), White Bully Soundsystem, Will Saul, Wstrn, Yakumo Orchestra, Yo Yo Borobia, and Yungen.
The Friday headliners are Muse, Adele tops the bill on Saturday and Coldplay on Sunday, plus PJ Harvey, Jeff Lynne's Electric Light Orchestra, Art Garfunkel, Cyndi Lauper, Earth, Wind & Fire, The Last Shadow Puppets, Sigur Ros, Ronnie Spector, Ellie Goulding, Explosions In The Sky, Foals, Beck, LCD Soundsystem, ZZ Top, Disclosure, New Order, Skepta, The 1975, Grimes, Annie Mac, Syrian National Orchestra for Arabic Music, Underworld, James Blake, Chvrches, Savages, Floating Points, Laura Mvula, Stormzy, Daughter, Little Simz, Vince Staples, John Grant, Band of Horses, Jess Glynne, Carl Cox, Nao, Fatboy Slim, Bring Me The Horizon, Richard Hawley, The Lumineers, Lady Leshurr, Rokia Traore, Guy Garvey, Kamasi Washington, Jack Garratt, AlunaGeorge, Hinds, Ezra Furman, M83, Kurt Vile (solo), Mercury Rev, Gregory Porter, Madness, Wolf Alice, Baaba Maal, Ernest Ranglin, Bastille, Roisin Murphy, Santigold, Years And Years, Dua Lipa, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Bat For Lashes, Protoje, Two Door Cinema Club, Jake Bugg, Mac DeMarco, St Etienne, Blossoms, Of Monsters and Men, Lapsley, Bossy Love, Early Ghost, Gillbanks, Hattie Whitehead, Henry Green, Lady Sanity, Marcus McCoan, and She Drew The Gun.
The full complete line-up will not be announced until next month. Expect something like 2,000 performances at over 100 venues including music, cabaret, theatre, circus, a fantastic Kidz area, poetry, green crafts and information, site art, decor, and loads, loads more ... much more than just the music, so make sure you check it all out!
As ever, entry includes a free programme. Once again, the Festival will be raising more than £2 million in funds for Oxfam, Wateraid, Greenpeace and and hundreds of other worthy causes, both local and international.
This year organisers particularly want to highlight the Festival's environmental policies which all ticket purchasers are required to subscribe to. The pledge must be agreed to buy those buying tickets. It is not possible to attend the Festival without agreeing to Love the Farm, Leave no Trace.
Ticket holders for this summer's Glastonbury Festival are reminded to take part in their future by making sure they apply for an EU Referendum postal or proxy vote. You will find links to the form to postal vote here and proxy voting here. For more information (see the news page here).
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