Glastonbury announces full line-up

Glastonbury announces full line-up
After months of speculation, this year’s full Glastonbury line-up has officially been announced. Headlined by the Who, Arctic Monkeys, and the Killers, Glastonbury 2007 will be the largest in the fest’s 37-year history with 200 acts and 177,500 expected attendees.

Gracing the Pyramid Stage on Friday, June 22, will be Kasabian, the Fratellis Bloc Party, the Magic Numbers, Amy Winehouse, Gogol Bordello, the Earlies, Adjegas and Arctic Monkeys.

Meanwhile, Björk, the Arcade Fire, Rufus Wainwright, Super Furry Animals, Bright Eyes, Modest Mouse, the Cribs, and Reverend and the Makers will be performing on the Other Stage.

Taking to the new John Peel stage on Friday are Hot Chip, the New Pornographers, the Maccabees and Tokyo Police Club, while Damien Marley, AIM and Nasio Fontaine take to the JazzWorld Stage that same night.

Friday also brings M.I.A., Kate Nash, and Peter & the Wolf to the Park Stage, with Fatboy Slim headlining on the East Dance Stage.

Saturday night features the Killers, the Kooks, Paul Weller, Paolo Nutini, Lily Allen, Dirty Pretty Things, Guillemots, the Pipettes, Seasick Steve, and Liz Green on the Pyramid Stage, while Iggy and the Stooges, Editors, Maximo Park, Babyshambles, Klaxons, CSS, Biffy Clyro, the Long Blondes, Brakes, El Presidente, and the Switches take to the Other Stage.

Also performing on Saturday are Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly, Patrick Wolf, You Say Party! We Say Die!, and Calvin Harris on the John Peel Stage; Guillemots, Mr Hudson and the Library, and Rodrigo y Gabriela on the Jazz World Stage; and Steven Marley, Nick Lowe, and the Waterboys on the Acoustic Stage.

Sunday night’s grand finale brings Kaiser Chiefs, Manic Street Preachers, Dame Shirley Bassey, James Morrison, and Western Canada's own Corb Lund to the Pyramid Stage, followed by headliners, the Who.

Meanwhile the Chemical Brothers, the View, the Go! Team, Mika, the Rakes, Cold War Kids, the Sunshine Underground, the Enemy, the Holloways and Kharma 45 will be performing on the Other Stage.

Elsewhere, the Gossip, Jamie T, and Mark Ronson will play on the John Peel Stage; Corinne Bailey Rae will take to the Jazz World Stage; and the Bootleg Beatles, the Hummingbirds and KT Tunstall will be on the Acoustic Stage.

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The Flaming Lips at Glastonbury 2003