Glastonbury Festival announce their 2013 line-up

The Rolling Stones to headline Glastonbury Festival 2013

Chris Swindells - 27 March 2013

Joining The Rolling Stones, Arctic Monkeys and Mumford & Son on the Pyramid Stage will be Primal Scream, Dizzee Rascal, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, Vampire Weekend, Elvis Costello, Kenny Rogers and The Vaccines, amongst others.

Arctic Monkeys will headline the Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury Festival 2013 on Friday 28th June, after Dizzee Rascal. The Rolling Stones will play a rare headline festival slot on Saturday 29 June, just after Primal Scream have played the Pyramid Stage.

Mick Jagger tweeted with the announcement: "Can't wait to play Glastonbury. I have my wellies and my yurt!"

Portishead, Chase & Status, The XX, Foals, Example, The Smashing Pumpkins, Alt-J, and Tame Impala will all feature on the Other Stage.


Glastonbury Festival
takes place at Worthy Farm, Somerset from June 26-30 2013.

The West Holts Stage will feature sets from Chic ft Nile Rogers, Public Enemy, The Weeknd, Seasick Steve, Major Lazer, Tom Tom Club, Maverick Sabre, Lianne Les Havas and Toro Y Moi, amongst many.

Over the Park Stage you can catch Cat Power, The Horrors, Fuck Buttons, Django Django, Rodriguez, Dinosaur Jr, Calexico, Steve Mason, Palma Violets, Devendra Banhart and many more besides.

Under the John Peel Tent will be Crystal Castles, Hurts, Phoenix, Bastille, Everything Everything, James Blake, Johnny Marr, The Courteeners, Jessie Ware, Tyler, The Creator and Frightened Rabbit.

Across the rest of the site highlights include Gene Hunt, The Infinite Monkey Cage, Evan Dando, Sinéad O'Connor, Marcus Brigstocke, Robyn Hitchcock and the Venus 3, Abandoman and Josie Long.

There are still many more acts and attractions to be announced, playing on more than 100 stages across the 1000 acre site, deep in the heart of Somerset.


All tickets for Glastonbury Festival 2013, estimated to be approximately 140,000 in number, sold out after one hour and 40 minutes last year. The remaining balance payment on tickets for UK residents need to be paid in full between April 2-8.

All people who wish to purchase Glastonbury Festival tickets, when a limited number of resale tickets go on-sale on April 21st, need to be registered with the SeeTickets system.

The process only takes a few minutes and requires applicants to upload a passport-standard photo. Anyone twelve or under when festival gates open on June 26th does not need a ticket and therefore need not register.

Anyone who registered prior to the 2007 Festival will need to submit a new registration.

Seetickets aim to respond to all registrations within 24 hours during the working week. Registration does not guarantee you a ticket and if you're buying tickets for other people on April 21st they must all be registered. You will need your registration number and the registration number for others you're trying to get tickets for when the tickets go on sale.

Click here to get registered or check if you are registered for Glastonbury 2013.


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