jakub | April 5, 2023

A deep dive into the line up for Glastonbury 2023

The initial line up poster has been revealed for Glastonbury Festival 2023. Returning to Worthy Farm from 21 – 25 June, Glastonbury welcomes headliners Arctic Monkeys, Guns N’ Roses and Elton John.

Glastonbury 2023 will mark the third time Arctic Monkeys have closed the iconic Pyramid Stage, while Guns N’ Roses make their long-awaited Worthy Farm debut on Saturday.

Independent artist Raye has secured her well-deserved Glastonbury debut, and will perform songs from her iconic album ‘My 21st Century Blues’. If you’re looking for female empowerment, this is where you’ll find it.

From her humble beginnings on The Voice UK, two-time BRIT Award winner Becky Hill also makes her solo Glastonbury debut. The singer first played the festival in 2014, lending her distinct vocal to Rudimental. A full circle moment for both acts.

After a whirlwind couple of years and three albums, respected DJ/producer Fred Again.. has landed a spot on the main line up poster. Fred and Worthy Farm are a match made in heaven.

Visionary Lana Del Rey will headline The Other Stage, expect a dreamy and poetic set from the underplayed performer.

Elsewhere on the line up, evolving acts including Lewis Capaldi, Chvrches, Maggie Rogers and Christine and the Queens will return to Worthy Farm for standout sets with new music.

The one and only Lizzo will open for Guns N’ Roses, and is even billed as a co-headliner. The born superstar is recognised by Emily Eavis for her Pyramid Stage potential.

The Sunday ‘legends’ slot at Glastonbury 2023 belongs to 74-year-old legend, Yusuf / Cat Stevens. Meanwhile, legendary Glaswegian band, Texas, bring their sing-a-long, feel-good songs to Somerset. A sure highlight!

See the full initial line up poster below, with lots more to come.

Tickets will be available in the official resale next month (April 2023).

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