Glastonbury Festival adds Bootleg Beatles

plus Gretchen Peters, Gypsy Queens, Steve Forbert, & more

published: Wed 24th Apr 2013

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Wednesday 26th to Sunday 30th June 2013
Worthy Farm, Pilton, Shepton Mallet, Somerset, BA4 4AZ, England MAP
£205 (secured with a £50 deposit) - SOLD OUT
daily capacity: 177500
last updated: Mon 24th Jun 2013

Seventeen more acts have been added to the Acoustic Stage line-up for this year's Glastonbury Festival.

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In order to purchase these cancelled/refunded tickets in the resale ticket buyers must have been registered beforehand to be eligible to buy a ticket.

The latest additions are Saturday night headliner's Bootleg Beatles, plus Zac Brown Band, Gypsy Queens, Steve Forbert, The Riptide Movement, Rainy Boy Sleep, Jake Bugg, Lucy Ward, Joel Rafael, London Community Gospel Choir, Deacon Blue's Ricky Ross, Blues Boy Dan, Seth Lakeman, Jack Savoretti, Matt Corby, Trevor Moss and Hannah-Lou, and Port Isla.

The Acoustic Field is dominated by the Acoustic Stage. It's situated in Norman's Close - the field next to the Kidz field, and is also home to the Pilton Palais Cinema tent, and the real ale bar. This year it also houses the Acoustic Stage in a new larger tent.

These acts join the previously announced Emerging Band Competition winner Bridie Jackson & The Arbour, Steve Winwood, Sinead O'Connor, Lucinda Williams, Glen Hansard, Bill Wyman's Rhythm Kings, Gabrielle Aplin, The Proclaimers, Martha Wainwright, Seth Lakeman, KT Tunstall, Gretchen Peters, and Martin Stephenson & The Daintees.

It's nine weeks now until this summer's Glastonbury Festival which runs for 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. Resales of unwanted tickets will take place on Sunday 21st April 2013, for those who have registered beforehand so that they are eligible to buy a ticket.

Tickets were priced at £205, and have sold out. For more details about registering and ticket information click here. The deadline for ticket refunds is Friday 3rd May.

The full line-up for 2013 has not yet been announced. The Rolling Stones, Mumford & Sons, and Arctic Monkeys headline with 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, 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, JJ Grey & Mofro, Josh Doyle, Lucy Rose, Mad Dog Mcrea, Molotov Jukebox, Newton Faulkner, Oysterband, Penguin Cafe, Shooglenifty, Robyn Hitchcock and the Venus 3, Slim Chance, Simian Mobile Disco, Terakaft, System 7 vs Eat Static, Don Letts, Nas, Disclosure, Hot Natured, David Rodigan, Sub Focus, AlunaGeorge, Eats Everything, Rudimental, and The Congos, plus Malian singer Rokia Traore. In an act of solidarity with the musicians from Mali - where Islamists in the north have banned music - acts from the country will appear at the Festival each day. As well as Speakers include Caroline Lucas, and Tony Benn with acts such as The Portraits, Tankus the Henge, Telling the Bees, Rodney Branigan, and more.

There are still many more to be confirmed for the Festival, with much of the line-up still underwraps for Arcadia, The Common, Croissant-Neuf, The Field Of Avalon, Green Fields, Green Futures, Greenpeace, The Healing Field, Kidzfield, Leftfield, The Pilton Palais, Shangri-La: The Afterlife, Strummerville, The Unfairground, Introducing: The Arctic Dome, Blues, Genosys, Glasto Latino, The Glastonbury Free Press, Gully, Sonic, The Summerhouse, and William's Green.

As usual eFestivals will bring you the very best-sourced rumours, allowing festival-goers to see who is playing long before the bands are formally announced - keep your eyes on the Glastonbury 2013 line-up and rumours, updated as we receive information.

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Wednesday 26th to Sunday 30th June 2013
Worthy Farm, Pilton, Shepton Mallet, Somerset, BA4 4AZ, England MAP
£205 (secured with a £50 deposit) - SOLD OUT
daily capacity: 177500
last updated: Mon 24th Jun 2013


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