Glastonbury 2011 Full Line Up Announced.

Glastonbury 2001


The exhaustive list of the acts due to perform at Glastonbury 2011 has finally been released.

The Acts for the main stages are listed below under the respective dates they are playing.

Who is this year’s must see and must avoid at all cost artists for you at Worthy Farm?


U2 Coldplay Beyoncé
Morrissey Elbow Pendulum
Biffy Clyro Paolo Nutini Plan B
B.B. King Tinie Tempah Paul Simon
Wu Tang Clan Rumer Laura Marling
Two Door Cinema Club The Gaslight Anthem Don McLean
Metronomy Tame Impala The Low Anthem
The Master Musicians of Joujouka Stornoway Fisherman’s Friends
Primal Scream The Chemical Brothers Queens of the Stone Age
Mumford and Sons White Lies Kaiser Chiefs
Fleet Foxes Friendly Fires The Eels
Bright Eyes Jimmy Eat World TV on the Radio
The Wombats The Kills Bombay Bicycle Club
The Vaccines Jessie J The Noisettes
The Naked and The Famous Twilight Singers Cold War Kids
Brother Treetop Flyers Clare Maguire
Chipmunk Alice Gold Dan Mangan
Cee Lo Green Big Boi Kool & The Gang
Chase and Status Janelle Monáe Hercules and Love Affair
Jimmy Cliff Aloe Blacc The Go! Team
Heliocentrics with Mulatu Fools Gold Duane Eddy
Little Dragon Omar Souleyman Bellowhead
Gonjasufi The Brandt Brauer Frick Ensemble Jah Wobble & the Nippon Dub Ensemble
Dengue Fever Nicolas Jaar LIVE Jamie Woon
Ziriguidum Narasirato Hidden Orchestra
Plus, Shlomo will be doing rolling skits between bands London Afrobeat Collective
DJ Shadow Glasvegas The Streets
Example Battles Robyn
The Coral Noah and the Whale Hurts
I Am Kloot The Horrors The Vaccines
Darwin Deez Warpaint Everything Everything
Cage the Elephant Anna Calvi OK Go
Miles Kane Dry the River The Joy Formidable
Mona Yuck Foster the People
Stonefield Brave Yesterday Raghu Dixit
Cocoon My Tiger My Timing
Crystal Castles Wild Beasts Gruff Rhys
Caribou James Blake Lykke Li
Special Guests Special Guests John Grant
Big Audio Dynamite Tame Impala The Bees
Warpaint The Walkmen James Vincent McMorrow
Jenny & Johnny Graham Coxon Jonny
Caitlin Rose Those Dancing Days Sea of Bees
Dylan Le Blanc About Group The Pierces
Group Love Balearic Folk Orchestra Troy Ellis & Hail Jamaica
Narasirato Ellen & The Escapades
Brit Floyd Deacon Blue Suzanne Vega
Raul Malo from The Mavericks Nick Lowe Imelda May
Eric Bibb Pentangle John Cooper Clarke
Hothouse Flowers Thea Gilmore sings Dylan’s John Wesley Harding Wine Women & Song featuring Matraca Berg, Suzy Boggus, Gretchen Peters
Newton Faulkner The Webb Sisters or, to quote Leonard Cohen, “the sublime Webb Sisters” London Community Gospel Choir
The Otway Band Emily and The Woods The Magnets
Sean Rowe Isobel Anderson Iona Marshall
Gabrielle Aplin Kassidy Caitlin Rose
Rainy Boy Sleep Simon Lynge Ellyn Maybe

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