Glastonbury 2014 reveals day splits

Stage and day allocation announced for Glastonbury 2014

Photographer: Peter CorkhillMatt Miles on 23 May 2014

The day splits have been announced for Glastonbury Festival 2014. Arcade Fire will be headlining Friday, Metallica on Saturday and Kasabian will close the festival on Sunday. Below are the freshly revealed running orders for the main two stages.

You can view the full updated Glastonbury line up here. 

Pyramid Stage

Friday

Arcade Fire
Elbow
Lily Allen
Rudimental
De La Soul
Rodrigo Y Gabriela
The War On Drugs
Turtle Island

Saturday

Metallica
Jack White
Robert Plant
Lana Del Rey
Kelis
Angel Haze
Nitin Sawney
Nick Mulvey

Sunday

Kasabian
The Black Keys
Ed Sheeran
Dolly Parton
The 1975
Toumani & Sidiki
Caro Emerald
English National Ballet


Other Stage

Friday

Skrillex
Paolo Nutini
Interpol
Foster The People
Haim
Band Of Skulls
John Newman
Blondie
Special Guests

Saturday

Jake Bugg
Pixies
Manic Street Preachers
Imagine Dragons
Kodaline
Warpaint
Midlake
Circa Waves
Jake Isaac

Sunday

Massive Attack
Ellie Goulding
Bombay Bicycle Club
The Horrors
Sam Smith
White Lies
Lucy Rose
The Subways
Bajofondo

Festival organiser Emily Eavis when asked about the line up has previously said: "We always take great pride in putting a great British band on to headline the Pyramid and this time it’s Kasabian, who are one of the most requested bands from Glastonbury-goers and an amazing live act. It’s going to be one hell of a show!

"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.

"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."

Glastonbury Festival 2014 takes place from 25-29 June on Worthy Farm in Pilton, Somerset.

Tickets to Glastonbury Festival 2014 sold out in record time last year, beating the one hour and 40 minute sale period set previously.

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