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12 April 2024

Judy Collins, Tanita Tikaram Among Acts Announced For Glastonbury Acoustic Stage

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Judy Collins, Tanita Tikaram and Stornoway are among the acts announced for this year’s Acoustic Stage line-up at the Glastonbury Festival.

The official 2024 line-up for Glastonbury was announced last month – with Dua Lipa, Coldplay and SZA due to headline the Pyramid Stage this summer, while Shania Twain will perform the prestigious Sunday afternoon slot.

Now organisers have started to count down to the festival by announcing the line-ups for individual stages, starting with the Acoustic Stage. “This is the first of our individual area announcements, there will be many more to follow over the coming weeks,” Emily Eavis said, alongside a poster of the additional festival line-up, which takes place on the last weekend of June.

Friday 28 June will see performances led by Scouting For Girls, as well as Tanita Tikaram, Deverish, Stornoway, Josh Rouse, Angie McMahon, John Smith, The Burma and more. It will also feature a set from a Red Hot Chili Peppers covers band, the Red Hot Chilli Pipers.

Saturday’s line-up at the Acoustic Stage is headlined by Ocean Colour Scene, with performances from Ralph McTell, The Manfields (featuring Paul Jones and Mike d’Abo), Albert Lee and more. Fun Lovin’ Crime Writers will also be playing, as will Russell Crowe with his annual Indoor Garden Party.

And the Sunday’s headliners are Gipsy Kings (featuring Tonino Baliardo), with support from Judy Collins, London Community Gospel Choir, Bernard Butler, Michele Stodart, Grace Petrie, Frankie Archer and more.

Other huge names who have already been announced for the festival include Cyndi Lauper, Paloma Faith, Jungle, Jessie Ware, The Streets, Bloc Party, Avril Lavigne, Disclosure, Faithless, Anne-Marie, Nia Archives, Sugababes, Gossip, Sampha, Peggy Gou and DJ and producer of the moment, Barry Can’t Swim.

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