BBC Introducing Stage line-up announced for Glastonbury Festival

The Good Natured, Ed Sheeran, Vessels, and more

published: Fri 10th Jun 2011

The Good Natured

Wednesday 22nd to Sunday 26th June 2011
Worthy Farm, Pilton, Shepton Mallet, Somerset, BA4 4AZ, England MAP
£195 - SOLD OUT
daily capacity: 175000
last updated: Wed 29th Jun 2011

The line-up for BBC Introducing Stage has been announced for this month's Glastonbury Festival, alongside the line-ups for the Snakepit, and the Tripod Stage.

The Good Natured
The line-up includes headline performances from Ed Sheeran, The Good Natured, and Vessels, plus appearances from the likes of Owl In The Sun, D/R/U/G/S, and Two Wounded Birds.

The BBC Introducing Stage showcases 30 under the radar artists from around the UK. It is the fifth time that BBC Introducing has been at the Festival, with the stage returning to it's home in the Dance Village.

Jason Carter, Editor, BBC Introducing, said, "The BBC Introducing stage at Glastonbury is a great platform for artists sourced via the BBC Introducing Network. In addition to performing at one of the world's greatest festivals, the artists who grace the stage also gain further exposure through our commitment to filming, which means their music is seen and heard to those experiencing the festival at home."

The BBC Introducing Stage line-up is as follows:

Friday 24th June
Ed Sheeran
Spotlight Kid
Fever Fever
Owl In The Sun
Dionne Reid
The Patrick James Pearson Band
Deep Cut
Twin Brother

Saturday 25th June
The Good Natured
Sharks Took The Rest
The Truth
Vinyl Jacket
Rams Pocket Radio
DJ Vimto and Jah Digga
Future History
Pirate Video Company
The High Wire

Sunday 26th June
Shammi Pithia
Jake Bugg
The Foot Clan
Air Castles
Two Wounded Birds
Yes Cadets
Crow Black Chicken

Also announced today are the first acts for the Tripod Stage in the Great Direct Action Space in the Dragon Field. This year offering Festival goers the chance to be part of the movement that's taking back the power from the super-rich and those destroying our planet and society. The low-power, hight-impact stage offers music, debates, poetry and a low-power cinema screenings in the Green Fields
Acts include:

The Drop
Atilla the Stockbroker (TBC)
Spliff Richard
Vid Warren
Grace Petrie
Great White Shark
Pete the Temp
The Danny Chivers, Claire Fauset and Merrick triple-headed poetry tag team
Jealous of Girls
Beans on Toast

Join daily workshops on creative resistance to climate change and the cuts, direct action training and festival-wide antics!

Also announced today is the line-up for Shangri-La's Snake Pit offering contaminated, dark toxic cabaret, live music in a hedonistic pit of lustful sirens and lethal cocktails. The year the 'Pit is open during the daytime with cocktail bar with toxic decor. Billed as "the toxic and viral waste dump of Shangri-La. Condemned because of exceeding viral levels, the Snake Pit has become the ultimate hedonistic blast before death." the venue with a 'No Tattoo No Entry' offers a tattoo parlour (visit early to avoid the queues later), pole star action, lustful caged Sirens, and afternoon tea Snake Pit style with jugs of Long Island Iced Tea.

Wednesday 22nd June
TNT DJs, pole stars, cocktails!

Thursday 23rd June
TNT DJs, caged sirens, more cocktails!

Friday 24th June
Tankus the Henge
Los Albertos
Hot pole dancing action, caged beauties, TNT DJs, fork tongued cabaret and exotic cocktails. NO TATTOO NO ENTRY
Junkyard Scientists
With Love From Humans
Troy Ellis & Hail Jamaica

Saturday 25th June
Pole stars, lustful sirens, the best music. Viral Tattoos, NO TATTOO NO ENTRY.
The Original Rabbit Foot Spasm Band
The Morning Orchestra
Major Major

Sunday 26th June
Le KKC Orchestra
Usual Players
Lustful cage dancers, hot pole star dancers, tattoo parlour, Galaxy AV. NO TATTOO, NO VIRUS, NO ENTRY!
Top Shelf Jazz
Fat 45r
Tallulah and the Bakerlites

Remember that the Festival wants festival-goers to work them to Love the farm, Leave no Trace by travelling light, only bringing what you're willing to carry home. When you buy your tent and camping gear, don't buy the cheapest, get something you'll want to keep. when it's time to go, pack up your stuff and take it away.

Tickets have sold out. To see the line-up in full, along with the latest rumours for some of the other stages, click here >> or to view it as a list click here.

Other attractions will include hands on craft, self-sufficient skill-learning, Hiroshima Peace Flame (burning since 1946), The Rabbit Hole, The Free University of Glastonbury, Mavericks Late Night Cabaret, Strummerville, Cubana Salsa Tent, Hurly Burly, Climate Camp Tripod Stage, HMS Sweet Charity, 'Babylon Uprising' Market Sound System, Arcadia, MP Caroline Lucas, The Dragon Field Underground Piano Bar, The Treehouse Café, The Cider Bus, White Ribbon Alliance Tattoo Parlour, The Crow's Nest Open Mic, The Pilton Palais cinema tent, The Worthy Farm Solar Array, Glastonbury FM, Worthy FM, sound artist Maria Marzaioli, The Glastonbury Firelighter daily newspaper and much, much more!

For detailed information on all aspects of the festival, click here.

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Wednesday 22nd to Sunday 26th June 2011
Worthy Farm, Pilton, Shepton Mallet, Somerset, BA4 4AZ, England MAP
£195 - SOLD OUT
daily capacity: 175000
last updated: Wed 29th Jun 2011

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