Glastonbury has revealed the full line-up for its Bourbon Street Jazz 'n' Blues Bar.
Set to feature “roots music in its purest form”, you’ll find it if you “head from the Pyramid Stage towards West Holts, pass the Bandstand to the right and keep a look out to your left.”
Wednesday (22 June) will see performances from Alpha Manoeuvre, Matt Andersen, Claude Bourbon, Havana Swing, and Paddy Milner.
Thursday (23 June), meanwhile, has Will Scott, Connie Lush, Ben Poole, Sandi Thom, Sean Taylor, Ledfoot, Marcus Bonfanti, Matt Andersen, Nicki Allan, Top Shelf Jazz, and Leon O’Doherty & Nick Davis.
Rabbit Foot Spasm Band, Orbitsuns, Simon McBride, Ben Poole, Will Scott, Benoit Viellefon & His Orchestra, Chrissi Poland, Alpha Manoeuvre, Nova Scotia Jazz Band, Havana Swing, and Grey Dogs Jazz Band are all set to play on Friday (24 June).
Saturday (25 June) plays host to Paddy Milner, Marcus Bonfanti, Connie Lush, Ledfoot, Claude Bourbon, Clara Sanabras, Clare Teal, Nicki Allan, Carmen Ghia & The Hotrods, Trudy Kerr and Brooks Williams.
On Sunday (26 June), Top Shelf Jazz, Rabbit Foot Spasm Band, Sean Taylor, Simon McBride, Chrissi Poland, Benoit Viellefon & His Orchestra and Clara Sanabras all play again, before Jon Allen, Maggie Bell & Dave Kelly, Tom Attah and Bourbon Street Jam wrap things up.
Glastonbury 2011 takes place at Worthy Farm, Pilton on 22 – 26 June. U2, Coldplay and Beyonce will headline this year’s festival, which is sold out.