The line-up for the 40th anniversary edition of Glastonbury Festival has been unveiled with U2, Muse and Stevie Wonder headlining and Slash, Snoop Dogg and Scissor Sisters among the other highlights.
Dizzee Rascal, Willie Nelson, Femi Kuti and Ray Davies will all appear on the Pyramid Stage alongside Norah Jones, Faithless, Jack Johnson and Vampire Weekend.
The Flaming Lips, Pet Shop Boys and Orbital will top the Other Stage programme with Hot Chip, Editors, LCD Soundsystem and The Cribs booked to perform as well.
Groove Armada, Jamie T and Ash are among the acts for the John Peel Stage, as previously announced Mos Def, George Clinton with Parliament/Funkadelic and Rodrigo y Gabriela will play the new West Holts Stage with Bootleg Beatles, Christy Moore and Jackson Browne with David Lindley pencilled in for Acoustic Stage shows.
The Park Stage, curated by Emily Eavis, will feature The XX, Midlake and Empire Of The Sun along with Laura Marling, Broken Bells, Dirty Projectors and some special guests.
In the dance village, Fatboy Slim will play as usual along with Crystal Castles, Giggs, N-Dubz, Magnetic Man, Boys Noize, Chase And Status and Delphic.
There are also plenty more acts on all the stages with Avalon, Croissant Neuf, and The Queen’s Head announced too.
"This is it!" said organiser Michael Eavis, speaking about the programme, "the most staggering line up to match the 40-year reputation of the Festival."
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Glastonbury Festival 2010 will take place at Worthy Farm, Pilton in Somerset from 25-27 June.
All tickets are sold out.