Glastonbury Festival 2023: The full line-up so far at key areas including the Park Stage

Glastonbury Festival is just over a month away Credit: PA Images

Glastonbury Festival is just over a month away and more acts are being added to the line-up each week.

The main line-up was revealed in March, with Arctic Monkeys, Guns N' Roses and Elton John announced as this year's Glastonbury headliners.

Other big names on the bill include Blondie, Lizzo, Lana Del Ray and Lewis Capaldi.

More acts have now been announced as organisers are revealing the line-up for key areas of the festival including the dance village at Silver Hayes and the Park.

The Park

The Park line-up has been revealed Credit: Glastonbury Festival

The Park Stage always delivers an eclectic line-up and this year's offering looks stronger than ever.

Among the headliners are Fatboy Slim, Thundercat and Alt-J, and old-school dance fans will be pleased to see Pete Tong on the Stonebridge list.

Although the Park has a reputation as one of the busier areas, revellers can escape to the Rabbit Hole to enjoy lesser-known acts in an intimate setting.

Find the full Park line-up here.

West Holts

The West Holts line-up Credit: Glastonbury Festival

West Holts looks set to deliver another cornucopia of globally sourced grooves for 2023.

Reggae legends Third World and Barrington Levy will appear alongside cutting edge R&B from Sudan Archives and Yaya Bey. 

The stage is all about great live performers and boasts acts such as Young Fathers, Ezra Collective and Gabriels whose set is rumoured to feature golden leopards.

The Common

The line-up for The Common has been released. Credit: Glastonbury Festival

The Common's line-up has also been released, with Wilkinson, Sub Focus and Dimension among the acts booked.

Anyone looking for something new and modern will find it in The Common.

Field of Avalon

The Field of Avalon line-up Credit: Glastonbury Festival

This area has its origins in folk, and hosts roots music through to soul, punk, pop, blues and ska.

Will Young and Gabrielle Aplin are among the performers set to take to the stage at Avalon this year. Here's the full line-up...

Silver Hayes

The line-up for Silver Hayes. Credit: Glastonbury Festival

Sub Focus, CamelPhat, LF System and Skream are among some of the dance acts announced for Glastonbury's Silver Hayes area, as it celebrates its 10th anniversary at Worthy Farm.

This year Silver Hayes will have three new stage creations. 'The Levels' is a new open-air nightclub in the area and there will also be a new version of 'The Lonely Hearts' stage. The final new edition is 'The Information' stage which will be the home of debates alongside contemporary electronic music.

The Lonely Hearts stage, which was a new edition at last year's festival, will also be reimagined for 2023.


The Arcadia line-up poster Credit: Glastonbury Festival

The Arcadia Spider will return to Glastonbury, including a DJ set by The Chemical Brothers who were forced to cancel their set last year.

Other names featured on the line-up poster include Floating Points, Daphni, Dubkasm, Skepta, Skream and Plastician.

Acoustic Stage 

The Acoustic Stage line-up is out. Credit: Glastonbury Festival

This stage brings blues, folk, contemporary and country music to Worthy Farm. 

The Saw Doctors, Paul Carrack, and Rickie Lee Jones are on the line-up and many others.

Croissant Neuf

Croissant Neuf is in the Green Fields and is known for hosting up-and-coming artists.

Huge stars including Ed Sheeran have played on the modest stage and this year there's a plethora of live music planned.

Gabrielle Aplin, Rhythm Of The 90s and Old Time Sailors are just some of the acts confirmed for Croissant Neuf in 2023.

Left Field

Left Field is the epicentre of activism at Glastonbury Festival, with organising promising to bring both "radical perspectives" and great music to the stage this year.

Billy Bragg is among the well-known artists set to perform at Left Field in 2023.

Former Labour Party leader Ed Miliband will also take part in a debate on the stage, with striking nurses, teachers and members of XR also due to speak.

Theatre and Circus Fields

The Theatre and Circus fields are Glastonbury are a must-visit - they're full of fun with plenty of pop-up performers ready to entertain.

This year the nation's PE teacher Joe Wicks has also got a space on the line-up. The fitness star will host a workout session on the Friday morning of the festival for anyone looking to get a workout in.

Other acts include Slamboree, who describe themselves as an "anarchic pack of revolutionary musicians and performers driven by bass and pure insanity".


When the main acts finish, Shangri-La is where festival-goers head to keep dancing through the night.

The area, in the southeast corner of the festival, has numerous stages including the Truth stage and Platform 23.

This year there will be a host of DJs and live acts performing in Shangri-La, including drum and bass legend Andy C, Bristol singer Eva Lazarus and feel-good act the New York Brass Band.

Other familiar names on the line-up include Oh My God! It's The Church, Craig Charles and Ezra Collective.

See the full line-up for Shangri-La here.


Hot Chip, Christine and the Queens and Cat Burns are all set to perform at Woodsies this year.

The stage replaces what was known as the John Peel stage in a re-brand for 2023.

The Unfairground

The Unfairground, in the South East Corner, is a field dedicated to "subversive art and music".

It is an immersive zone featuring amusements, shows and late-night dance venues full of street art and sculptures.

The Unfairground line-up has been released. Credit: Glastonbury Festival

This year, the Flying Bus Stage takes off on Thursday with a Travellers Awareness night featuring The Gorga band live and Born On Road DJs.

On your way in you can try your hand at Pop The Chicken, The Sweat Box or Send Up The Clowns and prepare to be thoroughly amazed by the Red Rash Inn Performers; Cleo Pantha, Frances Widow and Dott Cotton to name a few.

You can view the full Unfairground line-up here.