THE full line-up for this year's Glastonbury Festival has been revealed - with a few juicy slots still not revealed...

Hundreds of acts will perform at the event, at Worthy Farm, Pilton, between June 21 and 25, with Pyramid Stage headliners Radiohead, Foo Fighters and Ed Sheeran already confirmed.


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On the Other Stage, headliners will be Major Lazer, Alt-J and Boy Better Know.

The West Holts Stage will be headlined by Dizzee Rascal, The Jacksons and Justice, while the Acoustic Stage will featuring bill-topping sets from Status Quo, Hothouse Flowers and Ani Difranco.

However, as always, there are a few intruiging gaps on some stages, bringing speculation over who culd fill them.

One is on the Other Stage, between 5.45pm and 6.45pm on Saturday - the fourth highest slot. Could Liam Gallagher drop in there?

Meanwhile, the John Peel Stage - headlined by Annie Mac, Phoenix and Metronomy - has a slot on Sunday between 5.30pm and 6.30pm. Again, a possible for Gallagher, or even Pearl Jam's Eddie Vedder?

The Park Stage, which is headlined by The Flaming Lips, Warpaint and Kano, has a space between 7.30pm and 8.30pm on Friday - another one which Vedder would suit...

Perhaps the biggest gap though is on Sunday at The Park, where the stage currently ends at 10pm, with Kano. Could there be a surprise headliner?  

Click here for the full line-up and stage times via the official Glastonbury Festival website

However, in a bid to help your planning for the festival, we have created a clashfinder for seven of the main stages - a document plotting who is on where and most importantly - when!


This is The West Country: Click here to download the County Gazette Clashfinder (this will download an Excel file - a spreadsheet)


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