Glastonbury 2015: the full line-up for the main stages

From Motörhead to Ella Eyre, and all points in between, here are the full listings for the five biggest stages at this year’s festival

Pyramid Stage

Friday 26 June

Foo Fighters 21.15-23.45
Florence + the Machine 19.15-20.25
Motörhead 17.30-18.30
Mary J Blige 16.00-17.00
Alabama Shakes 14.30-15.30
James Bay 13.00-14.00
Chronixx 12.00-12.40
Michael Clark 11.00-11.30

Lemmy of Motorhead
Motörhead … ‘Anything I should remember to take to Glastonbury, Lemmy?’ ‘Don’t forget the joker.’ Photograph: Clemens Bilan/AFP/Getty Images

Saturday 27 June

Kanye West 22.15-23.45
Pharrell Williams 20.00-21.15
Paloma Faith 18.15-19.15
Burt Bacharach 16.30-17.30
George Ezra 15.00-16.00
The Waterboys 13.30-14.30
Courtney Barnett 12.10-13.00
The Unthanks with Charles Hazlewood and his Orchestra 11.00-11.45

Sunday 28 June

The Who 21.45-23.15
Paul Weller 19.30-20.45
Alt-J 17.45-18.45
Lionel Richie 16.00-17.15
Patti Smith 14.15-15.15
Hozier 13.00-13.45
Songhoy Blues 12.00-12.40
Burtle Silver Band 11.00-11.40

Songhoy Blues
Songhoy Blues … It’s all gone Pyramid-shaped. Photograph: Ross Gilmore/Redferns via Getty Images

The Other Stage


Rudimental 22.30-23.45
Mark Ronson 21.00-22.00
The Courteeners 19.30-20.30
The Vaccines 18.00-19.00
Jungle 16.30-17.30
Catfish and the Bottlemen 15.00-16.00
Everything Everything 13.50-14.30
The Cribs 12.30-13.20
Special guests 11.00-12.00


Deadmau5 22.30-23.45
Ben Howard 20.40-21.55
The Maccabees 19.05-20.05
Clean Bandit 17.35-18.35
Ella Eyre 16.05-17.05
Young Fathers 14.45-15.45
Azealia Banks 13.20-14.15
Frank Turner 12.00-12.50
Swim Deep 11.00-11.40

Ella Eyre
Ella Eyre … Praying it doesn’t rain, or it’ll be a nightmare getting a comb through that hair. Photograph: Antonio Zazueta Olmos/Antonio Olmos


The Chemical Brothers 21.45-23.15
Jamie T 20.15-21.15
Belle and Sebastian 18.45-19.45
Future Islands 17.15-18.15
Twin Atlantic 15.45-16.45
Palma Violets 14.15-15.15
Adam Cohen 13.00-13.50
Soak 12.00-12.40
Rivals Sons 11.00-11.40

West Holts


Hot Chip 22.15-23.45
Caribou 20.30-21.30
Run the Jewels 19.00-20.00
The Gaslamp Killer 17.30-18.30
Kasai Allstars 16.00-17.00
Marcos Valle 14.30-15.30
Dorian Concept 13.00-14.00
The Cambodian Space Project 11.30-12.30

Run the Jewels
Run the Jewels … The sound of young Somerset. Photograph: Graeme Robertson/The Guardian


The Mothership Returns: George Clinton, Parliament, Funkadelic & the Family Stone 21.45-23.45
Todd Terje and the Olsens 20.00-21.00
Vintage Trouble 18.30-19.30
Gregory Porter 17.00-18.00
Soil and Pimp Sessions 15.30-16.30
Sinkane 14.00-15.00
Jane Weaver 12.30-13.30
KOG and the Zongo Brigade 11.00-12.00


Flying Lotus 22.00-23.15
FKA twigs 20.30-21.30
Roy Ayers 19.00-20.00
Steel Pulse 17.30-18.30
Cumbia All Stars 16.00-17.00
Hiatus Kaiyote 14.30-15.30
Ibibio Sound Machine 13.00-14.00
Flaming Gods 11.30-12.30

FKA twigs
FKA twigs … Bringing a touch of glamour. Photograph: Ian West/PA

The Park Stage


Super Furry Animals 23.00-00.15
Jamie xx 21.30-22.30
Sharon van Etten 20.00-21.00
Benjamin Booker 18.30-19.30
Wolf Alice 17.00-18.00
Glass Animals 15.30-16.30
Shlomo and the Vocal Orchestra 14.15-15.00
King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard 13.00-13.45
Pussy Riot in conversation 12.00-12.40
Rhodes 11.00-11.40


Jon Hopkins 23.00-00.15
Spiritualized 21.30-22.30
Mavis Staples 20.00-21.00
Father John Misty 18.30-19.30
Kate Tempest 17.00-18.00
Gaz Coombes 15.30-16.30
Giant Sand 14.10-15.00
Ibeyi 13.00-13.45
Eaves 12.00-12.40
Flo Morrissey 11.00-11.40

Father John Misty
Father John Misty … Singlehandedly reviving Glastonbury styles of 1972. Photograph: Gus Stewart/Redferns via Getty Images


Ryan Adams 22.30-23.45
Goat 21.00-22.15
The Fall 19.30-20.30
Perfume Genius 18.00-19.00
Fat White Family 16.30-17.30
The Staves 15.10-16.00
Rae Morris 14.00-14.45
Jack Garratt 13.00-13.40
Denai Moore 12.00-12.40
Rag N Bone Man 11.00-11.40

The John Peel Stage


Enter Shikari 22.45-23.45
Modestep 21.15-22.15
SBTRKT 19.45-20.45
Circa Waves 18.25-19.20
Peace 17.00-18.00
Chet Faker 16.00-16.40
The Districts 15.00-15.40
Leon Bridges 14.00-14.40
Rainy Boy Sleep 13.00-13.40
Hinds 12.00-12.40
Weaves 11.00-11.40


Suede 22.35-23.45
La Roux 21.05-22.05
Death From Above 1979 19.35-20.35
Jessie Ware 18.15-19.10
Years and Years 17.00-17.50
The Pop Group 16.00-16.40
Sleaford Mods 15.00-15.40
Slaves 14.00-14.40
Coasts 13.00-13.40
Sunset Sons 12.00-12.40
Isaac Lee-Kronick 11.00- 11.40


FFS (Franz Ferdinand and Sparks) 22.05- 23.15
Death Cab for Cutie 20.35-21.35
Lianne La Havas 19.05-20.05
Charli XCX 17.50-18.35
Django Django 16.40-17.30
Alvvays 15.40-16.20
Prodes 14.40-15.20
Saint Raymond 13.40-14.20
Mini Mansions 12.40-13.20
Gengahr 11.40-12.20
Lucy Kitchen 11.00-11.20

Charli XCX
Charli XCX … Bringing the pop to the John Peel tent. Photograph: Shutterstock


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