The full line-up for the 2019 Glastonbury Festival has been revealed, with the all-important stage line-up and performance timings confirmed.
While it was already known that headliners for the June 26-30 event Stormzy, The Killers and The Cure would close on Friday, Saturday and Sunday respectively, the festival has now announced the full running order.
George Ezra will play the Pyramid Stage in the slot prior to Stormzy on Friday, with Lauryn Hill and Bastille filling the slots earlier in the day on Worthy Farm's most iconic stage. Tame Impala will lead the line-up on The Other Stage, clashing with Stormzy's headline spot. Two Door Cinema Club, The Lumineers and Snow Patrol will also perform on the secondary stage on Friday.
Liam Gallagher will play before The Killers on Saturday, with Janet Jackson's Pyramid Stage debut lasting for 50 minutes in the previous slot. The Chemical Brothers, Courtneers, Sigrid and Johnny Marr will hit The Other Stage across the day.
On Sunday, Vampire Weekend perform ahead of headliners The Cure, with pop taking hold earlier in the day with performances from Miley Cyrus, Years and Years and Kylie Minogue occupying the 'Legends' slot for an hour and 15 minutes. Christine & The Queens will clash with The Cure when she headlines The Other Stage on the festival's final day.
Acts newly announced for the festival include Lewis Capaldi and Dave, who both hit Number 1 with their debut albums earlier this year. Lewis will entertain the crowd on The Other Stage on Saturday afternoon, while Dave will be the penultimate act on The Other Stage on Sunday. Bring Me The Horizon, Babymetal and Carrie Underwood are also newly announced.