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Dua Lipa, Coldplay, SZA to Headline Glastonbury Festival

Dua Lipa, Coldplay and SZA are among the headliners at this year’s Glastonbury music festival.

The iconic British festival returns to Somerset’s Worthy Farm from June 26-30.

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Dua Lipa makes her Pyramid Stage debut as the festival’s Friday night headliner, on a bill also featuring Glastonbury veterans LCD Soundsystem and PJ Harvey.

Coldplay will make its first Pyramid Stage appearance since 2016 on Saturday night, with the only European festival appearance of their current world tour. With the appearance, the group, which previously held the joint headliner record with the Cure, will go one past and become the first act to headline Glastonbury five times. Little Simz comes back to Glastonbury to play the slot immediately before Coldplay.

The Sunday night headliner is multiple Grammy and Brits-winning hip-hop/R&B act SZA making her Glastonbury debut. She will follow sets from Afrobeats star Burna Boy and Janelle Monáe. Also featured on Sunday is Shania Twain, who will make her first trip to Worthy Farm.

The packed lineup also includes Cyndi Lauper, Alvvays, Anne-Marie, Arlo Parks, Arooj Aftab, Asha Puthli, Aurora, Avril Lavigne, Ayra Starr, Bar Italia, Barry Can’t Swim, Baxter Dury, Black Pumas, Bloc Party, Blondshell, Bombay Bicycle Club, the Breeders, Brittany Howard, Camilla Cabello, Confidence Man, Corinne Bailey Rae, Danny Brown, D-Block Europe, Declan McKenna, Dexys, Disclosure, Fat White Family, Fontaines D.C., Ghetts, Gossip, Headie One, Heilung, High Vis, Idles, James Blake, Jamie xx, Jessie Ware, Jordan Rakei and Jungle.

Justice, Keane, Kenya Grace, King Krule, Kneecap, Lankum, the Last Dinner Party, London Grammar, the Mary Wallopers, Masego, Michael Kiwanuka, Mannequin Pussy, Mdou Moctar, Mount Kimbie, the National, Newdad, Nia Archives, Nitin Sawhney, Noname, Nothing But Thieves, Olivia Dean, Orbital, Otoboke Beaver, Paloma Faith, Paul Heaton, Peggy Gou, Remi Wolf, Romy, Sampha, Seventeen, Sleaford Mods, Soccer Mommy, Sofia Kourtesis, Squid, Steel Pulse, the Streets, Sugababes, This Is the Kit, Two Door Cinema Club, Yard Act, Honey Dijon, DJ Spen, Eliza Rose, Bonobo, Skream & Benga, Faithless and Flowerovlove are also part of the lineup.

Tickets for this year’s festival are sold out. A prize draw for 20 pairs of tickets is raising emergency funds to support people affected by conflict.

 

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