by Marcus Leach
After weeks of speculation and rumours, some more feasible than others, the good people at Glastonbury have finally announced the line-up for this year's festival.
With Arcade Fire already confirmed as one of the headline acts a few months ago, and several other acts letting slip they would be performing at Worthy Farm, organisers have finally lifted the lid on the rest of the line-up.
Kasabian will be one of the other main headliners on the Pyramid Stage, with a whole host of other big name acts such as Elbow, The Black Keys, Lilly Allen and Jake Bugg now officially announced. There are no shortage of big name dance acts either with iconic trance trio Above & Beyond joined by Skrillex, Rudimental and Disclosure.
“One of the great things for us about this year’s line up is that there are so many artists who have never played Glastonbury before, along with some of the most exciting new bands stepping up to play some of the big headline slots on main stages, like Skrillex and Disclosure," Emily Eavis said.
“We’re very chuffed to have some of the biggest acts in the world, like Arcade Fire, Dolly Parton and Jack White, making one-off festival appearances.”