The line-up has been announced for Glastonbury Festival's late night area The Common.
Confirmed for The Temple alongside the annual Paint Fight and Tomato Fight are Matt Black, Feral Is Kinky, Meltdown Mickey, Dave The Drummer, Dax J, Jerome Hill b2b with Warlock, Neil Landstrumm , Amy Becker, Frikkyo, Martin Mayapur, DC Breaks, Serial Killaz, Mickey Finn, Vinyl Junkie vs DJ Resist ft Joe Peng, 601, Plump DJs, Jackmaster b2b Joy Orbison, Bicep, Palms Trax, Banofee Pies, and Bearded Kitten with a special guest kept under wraps.
Confirmed for The Cave are Rachael EC, Sonwah, Mini Da Minx, Dirty Harry, Channel One, Radikal Guru, Mister Savona, Randy Valentine, Zion Train, Mark, Bashment Bish, Caspa, Fast Eddie, Celt Islam, Hostage, Mark Archer, Jerome Hill, Para, Django, Jim Bitch, Miss Pink , Aries, Gold Dubs, Jinx In Dub, and King Yoof.
The Rum Shack will be home to Rum Shack Resident DJs, as well as Akala, Ghost Lights: Reeps One, Dizraeli, and Bella-trix, Agrupacion Carino, Son Of Dave, Dollar Bill, Blue Kitchen DJs, Rodney Branigan & John Pointer, Reggae Roast, Celt Islam, Graham OAP, The Mouse Outfit, 47soul, Gardna, Duchess DJs, Pete The Temp, Steve Bedlam, Lazio Legeezer, Jinx In Dub, YT, Monkey Marc, Lyrix Organix, Natty Speaks, Mystro, Inja, ChainSka Brassika, and The Mash Up.
The area also hosts Copperdollar and Los Artistas Bohemios. The Temple will also host Graham Hancock back for a second year to speak in on Saturday afternoon at 3pm to talk about Psychedelics, Entities, ‘Dark Matter’ and Parallel Dimensions and returns for a 2nd year to share lessons from his own multiple experiences with smoked DMT, and with Ayahuasca, the Amazonian “Vine of Souls”, and draws on the latest scientific research to present a new and disturbing picture of reality.
They join Friday headliner Foo Fighters, Saturday headliner Kanye West, and closing Sunday night The Who. The line-up is vast but here's a few of the other names who will be appearing over the five days - Patti Smith & her band, Rudimental, Deadmau5, Paul Weller, The Vaccines, The Maccabees, Suede, The Chemical Brothers (live), Belle & Sebastian, Clean Bandit, Jungle, Jamie XX, Gregory Porter, Super Furry Animals, Jon Hopkins, Sharon Van Etten, Kate Tempest, Wolf Alice, Perfume Genius, Fat White Family, La Roux, Death Cab For Cutie, Kasai Allstars, FFS (Franz Ferdinand & Sparks), Modestep, Circa Waves, Peace, Young Fathers, The Moody Blues, Florence + The Machine, Pharrell Williams, Alt-J, Motorhead, Mary J Blige, Alabama Shakes, Paloma Faith, The Waterboys, The Fall, George Ezra, Cerrone, Robert Hood, Sven von Thulen, Phuture, Awesome Tapes From Africa, Prosumer, Mr G, Erol Alkan, Mark E, Joe Claussell, Honey Dijon, DJ Pierre, Point G, Andy Butler, DJ Pierre, Dungeon Meat, Greg Belson, Horse Meat Disco, Tama Sumo, Gideon, Eats Everything, Jah Shaka, Loefah, Guilty Pleasures, Toy, King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard, Stealing Sheep, The Voyeurs and Hooton Tennis Club, Eddie Piller, Club De Fromage, Buttoned Down Disco, The Smyths Youngsta, Fabio, Flight, Marcus Intalex, Mella Dee, Chronixx, Mavis Staples, FKA Twigs, Caribou, Goat, Future Islands, Run the Jewels, Bare Knuckle Parade, Bear's Den, Cara Dillon, CoCo and the Butterfields, Dreadzone, Ferocious Dog, Habadekuk, Hobo Jones & The Junkyard Dogs, I Am Kloot, Idlewild, K.O.G & the Zongo Brigade, Keston Cobblers Club, King Creosote, Lamb, Lulu, Manran, Molotov Jukebox, Moulettes, The Neville Staple Band, Raghu Dixit, Seth Lakeman, The Drystones, Electric Swing Circus, Hot Chip, Flying Lotus, Azealia Banks, Todd Terje, Ryan Adams, Spiritualized, Roy Ayers, The Mothership Returns: George Clinton, Parliament, Funkadelic & The Family Stone, Jamie T, Ben Howard, Mark Ronson, Ibeyi, Rae Morris, Enter Shikari, Lianne La Havas, Jessie Ware, Death From Above 1979, Years And Years, Sleaford Mods, Charli XCX, The Pop Group, Catfish & The Bottlemen, Ella Eyre, Hozier, Father John Misty, Courtney Barnett, and Lionel Richie in the teatime legends slot.
With many more also confirmed.
For the acts confirmed, rumours, day and stage splits as available, see the Glastonbury 2015 line-up page.
This year's sold out Glastonbury Festival runs for five full days from Wednesday 24th until Sunday 28th June 2015 across over a 1,000 acres of beautiful countryside at Worthy Farm, Pilton in Somerset.
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.
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!
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