Done and dusted for another year, Glastonbury Festival came to a close on Sunday, and over the course of the weekend saw hundreds of superbly talented artists and performers take to the Farm. Whether you’ve got a bad case of the festival blues, or you sadly missed out on Glastonbury this year, take solace in the fact that you can see so many of the artists who appeared at the festival on headlining tours in 2019/20! Take a look at our A-Z guide of Glastonbury 2019 performers, and where you can catch them live.
When: Sat 05 – Thu 10 Oct 2019
Where: Brighton, Leeds, Manchester, Preston
After appearing on the West Holts stage at Glastonbury 2019, and a performance later that day at Rough Trade Bristol, Acid Mothers Temple tour their psychedelic show.
Where: Brighton, London, Manchester, Glasgow
Sunday night John Peel Stage performer, Alma, will head back out on the road in October 2019 for performances in Brighton, London, Manchester and Glasgow.
When: Mon 04 – Mon 11 Nov 2019
Where: Bristol, Manchester, Newcastle, Birmingham, London
She’s playing a bunch of festivals outside of Glastonbury, including Barcelona’s Cruilla in July, but if you don’t catch Aurora this summer you can see her on tour in November.
When: Tue 02 Jul 2019
Where: Cardiff, Manchester, London
If you didn’t see them at Glastonbury, catch Japanese metal icons BABYMETAL when they play three storming shows in February 2020 in Cardiff, Manchester and London!
When: Thu 18 Jul – Thu 01 Aug 2019
Where: Halifax, Bridgwater
British folk star Beans On Toast appeared on the Avalon Stage for a brilliant set, and if you want to see more (or you didn’t manage to catch it first hand) you can see him in Halifax or Bridgwater this summer.
When: Mon 18 – Thu 28 Nov 2019
Where: Sheffield, Cambridge
He’s already sold out a bunch of his UK tour dates, and it’s not hard to see why. See Glastonbury regular and Leftfield curator Billy Bragg on tour this November. Limited tickets remain for Sheffield and Cambridge!
When: Fri 29 Nov – Sat 21 Dec 2019
Just announced, Bjorn Again will tour the UK in the winter performing the Greatest Hits of ABBA! Did you see them open the Pyramid Stage this year? If not, here’s your chance to see them live!
When: Tue 02 – Thu 04 Jul 2019
Where: Glasgow, Manchester, London
Be quick! Carrie will be finishing up her stint in the UK, following her brilliant Glastonbury performance, with a selection of UK tour dates. Now’s your last chance!
When: Mon 02 – Thu 19 Dec 2019
Dermot thrilled crowds at Glasto last weekend, and will also be performing at Boardmasters later this summer. However you can see a headline tour this December, in support of his upcoming album ‘Without Fear’.
When: Fri 13 – Fri 20 Dec 2019
Where: Glasgow, Inverness
See the multi award-winning Neo-trad quintet from the Highlands of Scotland when they return to their roots, following a Friday afternoon set on the Avalon Stage.
When: Tue 19 – Sat 23 Nov 2019
Where: Leeds, Manchester
Did you catch Ezra Collective on the West Holts Stage on Saturday? Or did you see their two hour, improvised set vs Sons of Kemet on the Wormhole Stage? Catch them live again this November!
When: Wed 20 Nov – Thu 05 Dec 2019
With their latest album ‘Serf’s Up’, Fat White Family were named “a band reborn” by the NME. Did you catch their electric live show on The Park Stage? If not, have no fear. They’re touring in the winter.
When: Thu 10 – Fri 11 Oct 2019
Where: London, Manchester
Rising star of the French electronic scene, FKJ stormed Sunday’s Sonic Stage at Glasto 2019 and will return to UK soil again in October for two special shows in London and Manchester.
When: Wed 20 Nov – Fri 10 Jan 2019
Where: Liverpool, Oxford, Newcastle
After playing FOUR sets at Glastonbury this weekend (at John Peel, William’s Green, Left Field, and The Rabbit Hole Stages), we’d be surprised if you were there and didn’t catch them live. But if not, they’re going on tour anyway – limited tickets left!
When: Mon 11 – Fri 22 Nov 2019
After playing her first ever Glastonbury this year, which came following a meteoric rise to acclaim in the last two years, Freya Ridings will once again stun audiences on her UK tour this autumn.
When: Tue 05 Nov 2019
In our recent interview with Georgia, she confessed it was hard to pick a stand-out career moment. I’m sure it won’t be quite so hard now, after her outstanding set on The Park Stage. She’ll be back performing in the UK this November in London.
When: Wed 02 Oct 2019 – Tue o5 May 2020
She confessed her nerves were out of control on Twitter last week ahead of her Acoustic Stage performance, but her adoring crowd couldn’t tell. If you missed Grace at Glasto, see her on tour throughout this year and into next.
When: Mon 11 – Mon 25 Nov 2019
Celebrating their 50th anniversary in 2019, Hawkwind appeared on Glastonbury’s Acoustic Stage over the weekend. Carrying on the party, the band will be touring their anniversary concert throughout the UK this year.
When: Fri 18 – Sat 26 Oct 2019
Where: Bristol, Norwich, Nottingham, London
Off the back of their stunning new album ‘A Bath Full of Ecstacy’, Hot Chip headlined The Park Stage in style on Glastonbury’s Saturday night. If you missed the fun, you can still catch them live later this year.
When: Mon 16 Sep – Mon 05 Oct 2019
He bagged a spot on the coveted Pyramid Stage line-up at Glastonbury 2019, and now the ‘Take Me To Church’ singer looks ahead to his headlining dates this autumn, featuring five nights at the London Palladium.
When: Mon 28 Oct – Fri 15 Nov 2019
Rocking the Avalon Stage on Saturday evening, James Morrison will once again return to the live arena when he tours the UK in support of lastest album ‘You’re Stronger Than You Know’!
When: Wed 04 – Thu 05 Sep 2019
Former Smiths guitarist Johnny Marr not only performed on the Other Stage for a headline set, but also joined The Killers during their encore for a rendition of ‘This Charming Man’. See the legend live for yourself at The Albert Hall in Manchester.
When: Fri 02 Aug – Sat 28 Sep 2019
Where: Leicester, Cleethorpes, Cottingham, Whitby, Chester, Durham
81 year old American-born, British-based folk artist Julie Felix appeared on the Acoustic Stage at this year’s Glastonbury and will be performing at various venues across the UK again throughout the rest of 2019.
When: Mon 14 Oct – Sun 17 Nov 2019
Where: Dundee, Edinburgh
Critically acclaimed British spoken word artist, rapper, poet, novelist and playwright Kate Tempest will continue her live shows in 2019 this October after her outstanding set on The Park Stage at Glasto.
Where: Manchester, Edinburgh, Scarborough
International pop star Kylie Minogue will play a scorching hot series of special shows this summer, including a show as part of Sounds Of The City at Manchester’s Castlefield Bowl, following her appearance in the coveted Legends slot at Glastonbury.
When: Thu 18 Jul 2019
Where: Hebden Bridge
Four-piece folk band from Dublin, Lankum, played The Park Stage at Glastonbury on Friday, and if you missed their incredible set live, you can catch them again at Hebden Bridge later this month!
Leeds festival This Is The Place will host Let’s Eat Grandma this August. The band, who’ve supported the likes of CHVRCHES this year, appeared at Glastonbury on Friday for two sets – at Williams Green, and the Rabbit Hole for Transgressive’s 15th Anniversary party!
When: Mon 11 – Thu 28 Nov2019
Taking to the Pyramid Stage ahead of this year’s Saturday headliners The Killers, the indie legend and Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher played a storming set that won’t soon be forgotten. See him at an arena near you this year.
When: Wed 11 – Sun 15 Dec 2019
Where: Leeds, Nottingham, Oxford, London
Her Sunday night Park Stage performance was electric, and if you need more or want to catch the rising star for yourself, see Little Simz live this December following her sold out tour in October.
When: Wed 06 – Mon 11 Nov 2019
Where: London, Manchester
She slayed on the West Holts Stage and her adoring crowd lapped it up, with some shouting “PUT IT BACK ON HER” the minute the camera dared to stray from her performance. See her in London and Manchester.
When: Thu 21 – Thu 28 Nov
Where: London, Birmingham, Manchester, Glasgow, Liverpool
Following the release of his latest album in May, Mac DeMarco has barely paused for breath, touring and appearing at festivals across the UK and beyond. See him this November!
When: Thu 14 – Mon 25 Nov 2019
This summer will see Mahalia performing at a plethora of festivals (including Glastonbury last Friday), and in addition Mahalia has just revealed new UK tour dates this November.
When: Tue 02 – Fri 12 Jul 2019
Where: Manchester, Leeds, Brighton, London
Rising Atlanta star Mattiel – who can now check Glastonbury off her bucket list, after her incredible Park Stage performance – will be continuing her stint in the UK this summer with shows planned in Manchester, Leeds, Brighton and London.
When: Tue 12 – Fri 22 Nov 2019
After headlining the Sonic stage at this year’s Glasto, Maverick Sabre can be seen once again on UK stages in November for headline shows, including a huge date at London’s O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire. Don’t miss it!
When: Thu 05 – Sat 07 Dec 2019
Where: Brighton, London Bristol
Hailing from Amsterdam, My Baby filled Glastonbury’s Avalon Stage with their own brand of “roots driven hypnotic dance”. Want your own piece of the action? See them live in December.
When: Tue 02 – Thu 04 Jul 2019
Where: London, Bristol, Glasgow
Following swiftly on from their Glastonbury appearance on the Avalon Stage, Nahko & Medicine For The People will be playing live across the UK later this week! Now’s your last chance to see them for a while, so don’t miss out!
When: Fri 01 – Sat 09 Nov 2019
Childhood friends, and now bandmates, Palace had their dreams come true last weekend when they performed at Glastonbury on The Park Stage. See them live for a headline show in November!
When: Mon 23 – Fri 27 Sep 2019
Where: Glasgow, Birmingham, London, Manchester
They gave an unforgettable performance on the John Peel Stage at this year’s Glastonbury, and if you weren’t one of the lucky ones to see it for yourself, catch Pale Waves in September at a venue near you!
When: Mon 07 – Thu 17 Oct 2019
Indie up and comers Pip Blom will be touring the UK in October 2019, following their highly anticipated opening slot on the John Peel Stage at this year’s Glastonbury Festival.
When: Sat o2 – Wed 06 Nov 2019
Where: Birmingham, Manchester, Leeds, London
The Australian band filled the John Peel Stage at the weekend, and you can see them live for yourself this November when they perform in Birmingham, Manchester, Leeds and London.
When: Fri 23 – Sun 25 Aug 2019
Where: Bridgwater, Monmouthshire, Tenby
Sunday night Avalon Stage headliners Reef hail from the town of Glastonbury, so it’s fair to say they were on home turf. Catch them in less familiar territory when they play Bridgwater, Monmouthshire and Tenby.
When: Mon 26 – Wed 28 Aug 2019
As the number one vibraphone player and one of the most sampled artists in history, Roy Ayers lit up the West Holts Stage at Glastonbury with his unique brand of jazz. See him on one of three dates at London’s Jazz Cafe.
When: Tue 01 – Fri 11 Oct 2019
Ryan McMullan opened up the Acoustic Stage on Friday of Glastonbury 2019, and his performance went down a storm. Catch the singer-songwriter on his own headlining tour later this year.
When: Thu 22 Aug 2019
American singer-songwriter and actress Sharon Van Etten not only performed her own set at this year’s Glasto, but also appeared with Jeff Goldblum and will feature on his upcoming album! See her for yourself in Leeds.
When: Thu 08 Aug – Sat 09 Nov 2019
Following on from two sets at the festival this year – one on the John Peel Stage, the other on the Greenpeace Stage – She Drew The Gun will be touring extensively in the second half of 2019.
When: Thu 14 – Mon 18 Nov 2019
Where: London, Manchester
Having just revealed the follow up to her 2016 debut album, Shura will be having an undeniably busy year. If you missed “Manchester’s brightest synth-pop star” (The Guardian) at Glasto, or want to see her again, get yourself to London or Manchester this November.
When: Wed 27 Nov – Tue 03 Dec 2019
Where: Newcastle, Birmingham, Bristol
Norwegian singer-songwriter Sigrid performed on the Other Stage at Glastonbury and released her debut studio album ‘Sucker Punch’ earlier this year. See her live in your hometown this November/ December!
When: Thu 12 Dec 2019
After their set on the Avalon Stage at Glastonbury, fifty years since they first came together, Steeleye Span mark the milestone in Brighton with a night of favourites and songs from new album ‘EST’D 1969’.
Where: Cambridge, Halifax, Farndale
She enjoyed two sets on the Leftfield Stage over the weekend, and now the Perth-based singer-
When: Thu 10 – Sat 26 Oct 2019
Where: Cardiff, Bristol, Aldershot
Not one, but two performances at Glastonbury 2019 for Tankus The Henge (Avalon Stage & Truth Stage). But where next on the band’s relentless touring schedule? Catch their notoriously wild performance in Cardiff, Bristol and Aldershot this October.
When: Tue 16 – Thu 18 Jul 2019
Where: Exeter, Perranporth
Celebrated as one of the world’s very best festival bands, The Cat Empire stunned audiences at Glasto with their unique genre defying sounds. See them later this month!
When: Thu 21 – Sat 30 Nov 2019
Having already headlined the Pyramid Stage in 2000 and The Other Stage five times since, The Chemical Brothers are Glastonbury pioneers, and this year was no different. See them live in November!
When: Wed 27 Nov – Sat 07 Dec 2019
The perfect storm of jazz, electronica, funk and psychedelic rock, Mercury Prize nominated The Comet Is Coming will tour the UK in November after their unforgettable set at Glastonbury this year.
When: Sat 22 – Sat 29 Feb 2020
Glastonbury was an essential stop on The Dead South’s ‘Summer Crawl 2019’ which also included appearances at the likes of Black Deer Festival. They’ll be returning to UK soil in February 2020 for a headlining tour.
When: Fri 22 – Wed 27 Nov 2019
Where: Glasgow, Manchester, London
The Lumineers embarked on Worthy Farm for the third time last week, taking the Other Stage by storm with their foot-stomping, sing-a-long folk. If you still haven’t managed to catch them live, you can see them across the country this November.
When: Fri 23 Aug 2019
Hot on the festival circuit this year, if you were lucky enough to catch The Magic Numbers at this year’s Glastonbury then you won’t have been disappointed with their Avalon Stage set. In amongst the festival appearances, they’re playing Cottingham in August, so don’t miss it!
When: Fri 09 – Sat 31 Aug 2019
Opening the festival’s Pyramid Stage to a mass sing-a-long of ‘(I’m Gonna Be) 500 Miles’, the band certainly started how the festival meant to go on. If you missed them at Glastonbury, join them on tour as they celebrate 32 years of music.
When: Fri 09 Aug 2019
Country duo The Shires performed on the Avalon Stage on the Saturday, a notable and outstanding performance for all the country music enthusiasts who attended the festival. They will be at Chepstow Castle this August!
When: Sat 10 – Thu 15 Aug 2019
Where: Cardiff, Guildford, Oxford
Alias of British musician Kate Stable, This Is The Kit stunned audiences at the weekend with a performance on the West Holts Stage, which showcased her four album back catalogue with style and finesse. See her again in August!
When: Wed 20 – Sat 23 Nov 2019
Where: Bristol, London, Liverpool, Cardiff
This September, Tom Speight will be heading out on his 2019 ‘Collide’ World Tour, which stops off in the UK in November. If you didn’t see him on the Acoustic Stage at Glasto this year then now’s your chance to grab a ticket to see him with your own eyes!
When: Thu 03 – Sun 13 Oct 2019
They released their new album ‘False Alarm’ to a warm reception from fans the week previous to Glastonbury, so their set was highly anticipated. They’re touring nationwide in the autumn!
When: Thu 18 Jul 2019
It felt fitting that Years & Years lead singer, Olly Alexander used his Glastonbury presence to deliver a message of acceptance and equality at the end of LGBT Pride month. The band play Scarborough Open Air Theatre later this month.
When: Thu 07 – Thu 14 Nov 2019
Where: Edinburgh, Manchester, Birmingham, London
Vampire Weekend played on the Sunday at the Pyramid Stage, performing covers of Fleetwood Mac’s ‘Everywhere’ and Chicago’s ‘Summer In The Park’ along with their own classic and new hits. The band will be doing a string of shows this November.
When: Tue 03 – Wed 04 Dec 2019
Where: Manchester, London
The award-winning Americana artist, who hails just down the road in Bristol, took to the Avalon Stage performing her brand new album ‘Walk Through Fire’. She’s certainly due for stardom, so catch her in London and Manchester this Winter.
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