Got the Glastonbury blues? Or did clashes mean you didn't get to see every artist you wanted? Or is there someone you just want to see again? Fear not, we've created a list of artists from this year's line-up that you can see live, on tour, at a festival or other event. Take a scroll through and find out who you can still grab tickets for today!
Jazz musician, saxophonist, spoken word poet and composer, Alabaster dePlume played an afternoon slot on The Park Stage in Worthy Farm on Friday. After moving to London and working in a Hackney-based recording studio, Alabaster dropped his debut album in 2025. You can get tickets to see him at KOKO this November.
The magnetic British songwriter, vocalist, performer and producer, Alison Goldfrapp, announced a UK tour earlier this year which kicks off in February 2024! The synth-pop artist was front and centre at The Park Stage this weekend. Fear not, you can still get tickets to her 2024 tour dates!
Singer Angeline Morrison made an appearance on the Acoustic Stage at Worthy Farm on Sunday. With her music described as being wyrd folk, witch folk, traditional folk, soul and 60s beat pop, she'll be at EFG London Jazz festival this November, so get your tickets today.
Heavyweights Arctic Monkeys played an incredible headline slot at Glastonbury, taking to the Pyramid Stage on Friday evening. They returned last year with the announcement of their biggest tour to date & new album 'The Car'. You can still catch them in Madrid next month, so grab your tickets today!
Damon Gough aka Badly Drawn Boy announced a series of September tour dates earlier this year. He took to Acoustic Stage at Glasto on Saturday afternoon and you can still book tickets for his September tour dates. They're set to celebrate 25 years of Badly Drawn Boy releasing music and will feature a career-spanning set of hits and fan favourites as well as being his first full headline tour since 2020's album 'Banana Skin Shoes'.
Multi-faceted Scottish artist Barry Can’t Swim played Worthy Farm's The Lonely Hearts Club on Sunday evening this year. He also announced a string of UK dates for this November which you can still get your hands on tickets for. Check out where he's heading and book your tickets.
After more than 10 years in the game, Essex born songwriter Beans on Toast has become something of a cult figure. He was on Avalon Stage over the weekend for an incredible set. If you missed him or just want to see him again, get tickets to see him at Foolhardy Folk Festival this August!
Ben Howard shared a glimpse of a new chapter and new material with the Glastonbury crowd on the Other Stage on Friday. Having SOLD OUT two dates at Alexandrea Palace Park, be sure to get tickets for his very special outdoor show at Cardiff Castle next month.
Electro-punks Benefits were on Leftfield at Worthy Farm on Friday evening. Benefits – made up of Kingsley Hall, Robbie Major, Hugh Major and Jonny Snowball – formed in 2019 based on “a collective mistrust of what was going on politically”. Since then they've dropped multiple singles, EPs and their debut album - 'Nails' - only this year. Book your tickets for their October 2023 shows now.
Black feminist punks Big Joanie are back. Championed by Thurston Moore, 6Music, Rolling Stone, Pitchfork and Brooklyn Vegan, Big Joanie are a London-based band that combine the melodic pop of sixties girl groups with the fury of nineties riot grrrl and post-punk. The group were on Leftfield on Saturday afternoon entertaining the crowds. Don't worry, if you missed it or just want more of Big Joanie, catch them at a very special show this October in Folkstone!
Iconic Billy Bragg headlined Leftfield at Worthy Farm on Friday, following the announcement earlier this year that'd be going on an Autumn tour as part of his celebrations to mark 40 years in music! Don't miss out, you can still get tickets to his tour dates later this year,
West Holts Stage performers Black Country, New Road are no strangers to a big stage. With the release of their second album last year and a UK tour earlier this year in May, the group are set to play a special show at O2 Shepherds Bush Empire this October. Secure your tickets for show now.
Few singers are as celebrated and revered as Cara Dillon. Known for her captivating live performances she seldom fails to leave audiences spellbound, as she did with her set on Glastonbury's Avalon Stage. She's set to bring her incredible show to a string of venues this October & November and you can still get tickets today!
Sunday Woodsies Stage performer Caroline Polachek certainly knows how to please a festival crowd having conquered Coachella last year and a UK tour last Autumn. Although she's not playing anymore UK shows this year, she is heading to Meco for Super Bock Super Rock 2023 and you can get your tickets to see there now!
With a cult social following with over 105k Instagram followers, 302,764k monthly Spotify listeners, and over 1.2million followers on TikTok - Cassyette is unsurprisingly one of the most hotly tipped acts on the live circuit right now and her set on Leftfield this weekend proved why she's earnt that title. Want to see her again or missed her performance? Well, she's set to support Bring Me The Horizon on their 2024 tour. With many dates already sold out, be quick to book your tickets!
Former BRIT school student Cat Burns has quickly risen to fame in the past few years, following her 2020 single, 'Go' which gained popularity through TikTik last year. The 23 year old took to Woodsies Stage on Sunday afternoon leaving her mark on Glastonbury. She's set to support Bastille at their Depot in the Castle show next month, so grab your tickets now.
Cavetown is the project of Robin Skinner, a Cambridge-based musician known for his delicate and intimately rendered brand of indie pop. An innately DIY artist, Cavetown first discovered the depths of his imagination as a child, when he’d write and illustrate his own storybooks. Following on from his set headlining Leftfield on Sunday, you can still get tickets to Cavetown's headline Alexandra Palace show in September - don't miss out!
Following the release of their debut collaborative album 'Tropical Dream' earlier this year, Charlotte Adigery and Bolis Pupul made their debut at Glastonbury this weekend taking to The Park Stage on Sunday. The duo whose sound is a mix of techno, house, synth-pop and R&B are set to visit Lafayette this November & you can still get tickets.
Everyone's favourite global pop star CMAT made her debut on Worthy Farm's Woodsies Stage over the weekend. Since her debut album dropped in 2020, she has risen to critical acclaim. Known for her countyr-tinged sound and pop-centric melody, CMAT is set to head out on a UK tour later this year. So grab your tickets now.
Celebrating 15 years since they performed their iconic debut 'St Jude' on the very same stage, Courteeners took to Woodsies Stage on Friday for a just as iconic performance! Having had an unforgettable summer, you can still catch them at Sheffield's Tramlines festival next month. Don't miss your chance to see them continue to rise as one of the most important guitar bands of recent times.
Liverpudlian Crawlers are one of the most exciting acts on the live circuit right now and the band were on Worthy Farm's Left Field on Saturday evening! The hotly tipped four-piece have a string of September shows that you can still get your ahnds on tickets for!
Still in their infancy post-punk collective DEADLETTER debuted on Glasto's Left Field on Friday! The group rose to fame after the release of their debut single in 2020 and since then have become a name to know, earlier this year announcing a huge UK tour for October, November & December. Whether you saw them over the weekend and want to see them again or just want to see them for the first time, there are still tickets for their upcoming tour, so get yours now.
Acclaimed singer-songwriter Dermot Kennedy made his second appearance at Worthy Farm on Sunday, playing a thrilling set on Other Stage. Having sold out his biggest ever tour in Spring this year, he has quickly become an exciting name in music. You can still see Dermot Kennedy live at a string of outdoor shows in July!
One of the UK’s leading rap and grime artists, Digga D, took to Woodsies Stage on Friday. With a huge fanbase already, he captivates listeners with his lyrics, beats and flows and did the same with the Glasto crowd. If you'd like to catch Digga D live on stage, then why not get tickets to see him at Take Off Festival in Malia later this week or get your tickets to see him at size?sessions festival this November - tickets for size?sessions go on sale Friday 7th July.
Yesterday saw indie-rock favourites Editors play a blazing set on Woodsies Stage at Glastonbury. Having played many sold out shows and Glastonbury itself previously, if you haven't seen Editors live yet, you won't want to miss the chance to! Although there aren't any solo shows on the card for this year, you can can see them supporting James in Darlington in August.
From the bowels of Disgraceland, Rock & Roll icons of the afterlife are raised from the dead! Rock & Roll meets Grunge as Elvis fronts Nirvana and gives the band the front man it’s been missing since ’94. Elvana tear through Nirvana’s catalogue whilst splicing in grunged up sections of the king of rock & rolls finest moments, culminating in a whopper mash up of overdrive & old school Rockabilly. The group brought their insane energy to Avalon Stage on Sunday afternoon, and you can get tickets to see them across the country until March 2024 now.
Playing on Worthy Farm's West Holts Stage on Saturday evening were jazz quintet Ezra Collective. Using elements of Afrobeat, hip-hop, grime, R&B, and jazz, the group have collaborated with the likes of Loyle Carner and Jorja Smith becoming a hot ticket in the last few years. They're topping the year off with more festival appearances and you can get your hands on tickets for them. Check out where they're heading and secure your tickets!
Far From Saints - Kelly Jones of Stereophonics with Patty Lynn and Dwight Baker from The Wind and The Wave - made their first appearance at Glastonbury this year, having already had a stellar start to the year career wise. Playing on Avalon Stage, the Glasto appearance follows a run of sold out shows at the start of the year. If you're a fan or just want to catch them live, you can see them alongside Hozier in Berkshire next month - grab your tickets now!
2023 marked his seventh appearance at Worthy Farm, as world-renowned DJ Fatboy Slim headlined The Park Stage on Saturday. With a new album and sold out tour already under his belt this year, along with Glastonbury, you can still book tickets for A Night In With .... NORMAN COOK in his hometown, Brighton, this November!
Finn Foxell, west London artist, rapper and all-round vibe-curator extracts the rawest elements of rap, soul, rock and beyond, to create smoky, electronic, hip-hop leaning atmospherics. Finn played Glastonbury's Lonely Hearts Club on Saturday and if you've got FOMO or want to see him live again, grab your tickets to Sundown festival where he'll be in September.
No, it’s not The Beatles, Take That or One Direction – it’s The Fisherman’s Friends! Having played for royalty and to tens of thousands of fans in sell-out tours year in year out, the group were on Avalon Stage over the weekend entertaining crowds. If you're a fan, you can catch them on their 2024 tour - tickets are on sale now!
With an energetic catchy style, artist, rapper & songwriter Flohio captivated the crowd with her set on The Park Stage at Glastonbury. From working with the Streets to released multiple singles and three studio albums so far, Flohio is a name to know, and you've still got the chance to see her live. Flohio is set to play a headline Manchester show in October, so grab your tickets.
Sunday evening saw Franc Moody take to The Lonely Hearts Club at Worthy Farm. Franc Moody - a duo of Ned Frank and Jon Moody - made a return to the festival this year, after dropping new studio album, 'Into the Ether' last year and founding their own record label this year. The collective are set to be at Corona Sunsets in September and you can book tickets today!
Returning after a four year touring break, Freya Ridings announced an October 2023 tour earlier this year. The tour preceded by her Glasto set on Avalon Stage on Friday. With her new album 'Blood Orange' out now, don't miss your chance to see Freya on tour later this year.
Compton-bred gospel singer Jacob Lusk, UK-born producer and keyboardist Ryan Hope, and LA-native producer-composer and violinist Ari Balouzian are the soulful R&B-soul-rock hybrid that is Gabriels. Over the past year the LA based trio have been winning people over with their infectious sound and they brought that sound to West Holts Stage on Friday evening. The group are also set to play a number of other UK festivals this summer, so why not get your tickets to see them there?!
Glen Hansard - frontman of Irish rock band The Frames - paid a visit to Glastonbury's Acoustic Stage for a set on Saturday. Glen released his first solo album in 2012 and his sophomore offering went on to earn him a Grammy Award nomination for Best Folk Album. Earlier this year, he announced he'd be making a return to touring and will be debuting songs from a recently completed new record with material from his vast catalogue. Known for his dynamic live shows, as proven with his Glastonbury performance, you can still get tickets for his October tour dates.
Gwenno Saunders is a sound artist, DJ, radio presenter and singer from Cardiff. She has three critically acclaimed solo albums to her name and is a Welsh Music Prize winner Y Dydd Olaf. Gwenno added to her accolades over the weekend taking to The Park Stage on Sunday afternoon. If you missed her performance or just can't enough of Gwenno she's set to be at Deer Shed and Rock Oyster festivals this July, so grab tickets today.
Saturday afternoon at Worthy Farm saw Holy Moly & The Crackers play a set on Avalon Stage. Formed in Newcastle in 2011, the group say they began as ‘little more than a laugh, an excuse to busk through some foot-stomping pop’ yet this feels understated as they deftly combine folk, blues and indie rock into a truly riotous blend of styles. Don't miss out on booking your tickets to see them on tour this winter.
Over the last 18 years, Hot Chip have established themselves among similar British luminaries like Pet Shop Boys and Depeche Mode—a true gap-bridging between the worlds of pop and dance music. They headlined Glastonbury's Woodsies Stage on Friday evening with a raucous set. If you want to see them live, catch them supporting Nile Rodgers & CHIC and The Chemical Brothers later this year, along with at Kaleidoscope Festival next month.
Irish star Hozier surprised crowds with a secret set on Woodsies on Friday evening. The Grammy-nominated, award-winning multi-platinum singer and songwriter, known for his iconic tracks such as 'Take Me to Church' has been on a journey this past year and you can still catch him on tour this winter. Grab your tickets today!
Having worked with the likes of Coldplay and Stormzy, singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Jacob Collier's Glastonbury prime time set on West Holts Stage on Saturday was a delight. His music combines jazz with many other genres and gets the crowd buzzing along. Tickets are still available to catch him at Lisbon's Nos Alive Festival in July.
Glastonbury's The Park Stage came to life with a Jockstrap performance on Saturday. Described as a hidden gem of the festival the electronic music duo fit the stage perfectly. Their debut studio album dropped last September to critical acclaim and following their Glastonbury set the collective are set to support Blur on tour and make another festival stop at FORWARDS Bristol this year - tickets for both are on sale now.
Acoustic Stage saw country musician Laura Cantrell play a set on Sunday. Sincer her first solo offering in 1996, she has released five studio albums and her work has been celebrated by many press outlets, The New York Times to name one. If you're a fan and missed the chance to see her, don't worry, she has a string of UK dates towards of the end of this month and at the start of July.
One of the UK’s most revered and innovative dance acts Leftfield played The Park Stage on Saturday night! The duo released new music last year and are set to continue playing at various festivals this summer. Take a look at where they're playing and grab your tickets!
With an incredible back catalogue, rock outfit Lightning Seeds took to Worthy Farm's Other Stage over the weekend! Lightning Seeds achieved success with their debut single, the psychedelic hit "Pure", which reached the top 20 in the UK, and the top 40 of the Billboard Hot 100 in the United States. Both "Pure" and followup single "All I Want" also reached the Modern Rock Tracks top 10. The band are supporting Madness on their December tour and you can get tickets to see them both now!
Glastonbury's Pyramid Stage saw a thrilling performance from rapper Lil Nas X on Sunday - the penultimate performance for this years festival. From his iconic partnerships with Jack Harlow and Billy Ray Cyrus to many well known songs himself, he certainly made a name for himself on the stage. He's set to also visit Nos Alive festival in Lisbon next month, so don't miss out getting tickets!
Named as one of NME's top 100 artists for 2022, Lime Garden are here to make a statement. There infectious chaotic energy certainly filled Worthy Farm's Left Field on Sunday evening. The outfit blend so many different genres - pop, punk, post-punk, disco and more - they're ones to watch and are at Sheffield Float Along Festival this September. So what are you waiting for? Get your tickets today.
The Park Stage saw Los Bitchos bring their unique music to the stage on Friday afternoon. In September last year, the band were the main act on the bill for the launch party for the revived Manchester New Century Hall. You can get tickets to see Los Bitchos at Manchester Psych Fest this September.
Formed in 2008, Lottery Winners were on Glastonbury's Left Field this Sunday - being the penultimate act before the headliner - a biggie for the Manchester band. Their self-titled studio album reached number 23 on the UK Albums Chart in 2020 and was was followed by a covers album which featured versions of tracks made famous by Rick Astley, Oasis, Joy Division, the Smiths and the Housemartins. The group are heading out on tour this October and November and you can grab tickets now!
British rising star Mahalia took to West Holts Stage on Saturday evening to give an amazing performance! From announcing a huge UK tour earlier this year to news of her highly anticipated second album out next month, Mahalia's success has grown to incredible feat. Grab your tickets to see her later this year!
Following an incredible 2022 and start of 2023 already, sensation Maisie Peters made her debut on the Pyramid Stage on Friday afternoon! The Worthy Farm arrived after her headline set at Liverpool’s Sound City, a sold-out homecoming show at Brighton Dome as part of The Great Escape Festival and further support slots for Ed Sheeran during the North America run of his Mathematics Tour. Maisie is also set to play a run of UK dates this October, which you can still get tickets for - be quick!
2021 Eurovision winners, Måneskin certainly delivered a performance to remember on Woodsies Stage over the weekend. Rock phenoms Måneskin continue their march towards global domination with their RUSH! World Tour this year, which will see the band head to Manchester in December for the first time. Bringing their raucous live set and phenomenal new live staging and astounding lighting, book your tickets now.
Marking their third set at Worthy Farm, Martin Stephenson and The Daintees were on Acoustic Stage on Friday afternoon entertaining festival goers. The appearance comes after, earlier this year, they announced a string of live shows for Autumn this year. If you enjoyed their Glasto set or just want to catch them live, grab your tickets today!
Taking to The Park Stage at Worthy Farm on Saturday, composer and pianist Max Richter was joined on stage by actress Tilda Swinton for a provoking spoken word performance. Max is set to play another set at bluedot Festival next month, so why not get your tickets now?
Record producer, DJ and songwriter Nia Archives was on The Levels keeping the party going until the early hours of the morning on Saturday at Worthy Farm. Noted for work in drum and bass, she's bagged a MOBO Award, NME Award and a nomination at the BRIT awards, last year. Whether you're a fan, enjoyed her Glastonbury set or just want to see her live, she's set to be at Sundown and We Out Here Festival's this August and September. Secure your ticket now.
The Park Stage saw a set from the unique artist Obongjayar on Saturday. Obongjayar has collaborated with artists Little Simz, Wiki and Pa Salieu to name a few, and has a discography that has achieved critical acclaim. With afro beats, soul and hip-hop influences, he has created a bold, genre-defiant musicality while commanding a distinctive voice that flits between rap, song and spoken word. With more festival appearances still to come from the sensation, take a look at where he's heading this summer and autumn and grab your ticket!
Rising star Olivia Dean was on The Lonely Hearts Club on Saturday afternoon, and following a headline March tour earlier this year, she returned last week with the news of more shows for April 2024! Be sure to get your tickets when they go on sale on Thursday 29th June!
Pale Waves have been on a personal and artistic journey since the release of their debut album, 'My Mind Makes Noises' in 2018 and the Manchester four-piece returned to Glastonbury's Woodsies Stage on Friday afternoon. The band released their hotly anticipated third album last year, followed by 2022 tour dates and they continue their success and festival appearance streak with sets at Truck Festival and Tramlines also lined up for next month. Book tickets today.
Legendary Sheffield-born singer, songwriter and former frontman of Ace, Squeeze and Mike & The Mechanics, Paul Carrack took to Acoustic Stage over the weekend, headlining it on Saturday. Paul is undoubtedly a key figure in British pop history, an all-rounded musical talent and you can get tickets to see him live this Autumn!
Closing Woodsies Stage on Sunday were French pop rock band Phoenix. The group certainly delivered. Their sound has been primarily described as indie pop, synth-pop, pop rock, and new wave. If you were at Glastonbury and want to see them again or just enjoyed their performance, the outfit are set to be at Bilbao BBK Live in Bilbao next month.
Marking their return to the UK, Queens Of The Stone Age headlined and closed Worthy Farm's Other Stage yesterday evening. The performance followed shows in Cardiff and Margate which marked the bands first live performances in the country since the 2018 Villains tour. Isle Of Wight-based four piece Coach Party - tipped by the NME as “glittering new indie-grunge” and “dazzling pop goodness” by DIY - are also set to continue to their live shows with a run this November. Check out where they're heading and book tickets today.
Saturday on the Pyramid Stage saw a set from R&B pop star Raye. The four time BRIT nominated is indisputably one of the UK's premier songwriters, with her songs amassing over 3 billion streams, and having written for some of the world's biggest artists including John Legend, Ellie Goulding, Beyonce and more. And she certainly brought her energy to Pyramid Stage. If you missed out or want to see her again, she's heading to Bridlington Spa this November so grab your tickets!
The iconic Rick Astley gave Worthy Farm a just as iconic performance on the Pyramid Stage on Saturday afternoon. With countless accolades to his name, the multimillion selling global star certainly got the crows singing along! Along with news of the release of his long awaited ninth studio album 'Are We Here Yet', Rick Astley last week also announced a headline UK tour which starts with two prestigious dates at London’s Royal Albert Hall this November followed by massive arena dates in 2024 - get your tickets now.
Multidimensional pop sensation Rina Sawayama dropped her highly-anticipated sophomore album, 'Hold The Girl' last year, which was followed by a headline autumn 2022 tour. She returned to the stage again this past weekend taking on Glastonbury's Woodsies Stage on Saturday night. She continues her festival appearances making her way to Lisbon next month for Nos Alive, secure your tickets now.
On the Acoustic Stage on Saturday afternoon was folk singer-songwriter Roo Panes. Roo Panes has released three EP's, with his debut dropping in Autumn 2014. He's known for playing a 12-string acoustic guitar, introspective lyrics and a string band being on stage with him. He's visiting Thorington next month for Pax Festival and you can still get tickets!
Royal Blood continued an epic summer with a headline set on Worthy Farm's Pyramid Stage on Friday night, before Friday's headliners. They also recently announced the September release of their fourth album ‘Back To The Water Below', followed by tour dates for October this year. The duo are heading to their hometown of Brighton for a show next month as well. Don't miss out on booking tickets for their hometown gig and autumn 2023 tour dates!
West Holts saw one of the UK's greatest dance music acts Rudimental headline the stage and close it on Sunday night. With some of the UK’s biggest selling records of the last decade under their belt you can always expect a colossal party with this iconic dance act. You can book tickets to catch them at Splendour in Nottingham and as part of South Facing Concert Series this August.
Sarah Joyce, better known by her stage name, Rumer was on Acoustic Stage on Sunday afternoon. Supported by leading music industry figures including Burt Bacharach, Glasto headliner himself Elton John, Carly Simon, and Jools Holland, Rumer was nominated for two Brit awards in 2011. She's playing two shows this year in August and December and you can still grab tickets to them.
English singer, songwriter & multi-instrumentalist Seth Lakeman played Worthy Farm's Acoustic Stage on Friday afternoon. Nominated for the 2005 Mercury Music Prize, Seth has been a part of multiple music outfits but released his first solo work in 2002. You can get tickets to see him at various UK venues this November.
Arcadia (Spider) saw Shy FX take to the stage for a set late on Sunday night. The drum and bass DJ is known for having scored several UK pop hits and helped the genre achieve mainstream acceptance while maintaining underground credibility. The DJ and producer will be at NASS and MADE Festival this July, so grab tickets before they sell out!
Rising music star Skinny Pelembe played his debut Glastonbury set on West Holts Stage over the weekend. He is a singer, rapper and producer, with this debut album releasing in 2019. Since then he's supported the likes of Maribou State on tour and is embarking on his own tour this October. Grab your tickets!
Sophie Michelle Ellis-Bextor is an English singer, songwriter, model and occasional DJ. Known for her head boppers she took to Pyramid Stage on Sunday afternoon. She first came to prominence in the late 1990s, as the lead singer of the indie rock band Theaudience. After the group disbanded, Ellis-Bextor went solo, achieving widespread success in the early 2000s. Her music is a mixture of mainstream pop, disco, nu-disco, and 1980s electronic influences. She's set to make appearances this summer at various events and festivals so book tickets to see her live!
Following their DJ set on The Levels at Worthy Farm over the weekend, Sub Focus are set to make another festival appearance at Sundown this September. Sub Focus has risen through the ranks to become a global dance music superstar, so don't miss out on bagging tickets!
Performing at the Woodsies stage last weekend, English indie rock band The Big Moon are also set to play at a number of festivals later in the year including Deer Shed, and Rock Oyster 2023. After releasing their latest album ‘Here Is Everything’ last year, The Big Moon are ones to keep an eye on. Tickets on sale now.
The world’s favourite Beatles tribute band for more than four decades, The Bootleg Beatles played at the Acoustic Stage on the Sunday at Glastonbury this year. They also have a huge UK tour coming up from 28th June 2023 to 6th April 2024. If you’re a fan of The Beatles (and who isn’t?) be sure to grab your tickets while they’re available.
Multi-platinum selling and award winning duo The Chemical Brother’s performed a DJ set at the Arcadia Stage at Glastonbury this year, and now they set their sights on their UK tour from October – November 2023. This announcement follows the release of their first new music in two years, the unmistakeable and irresistible acid track 'No Reason', giving fans a taste of what they can expect from their tenth album due for release later this year.
13 time GRAMMY ® award-winning, multi-platinum selling global superstars, The Chicks joined the line-up on the Pyramid Stage this year and are set to play Birmingham's Utilita Arena in July 2023. Be quick though, it’s right around the corner and tickets are selling fast!
Taking to The Park Stage on Friday, genre-defiant trio The Comet Is Coming are set to appear at Deer Shed Festival July this year. With their latest album ‘Hyper-Dimensional Expansion Beam’ released last year, and the band fresh off their Glastonbury performance now is the chance to catch them, plus loads of other great bands at Deer Shed Festival.
Headlining the Avalon Stage on the Friday at Glastonbury, English punk rock band The Damned released their latest album ‘Darkadelic’ in April of this year. The band are also set to play a headline show at The Engine Shed in Lincoln. Make sure you grab your tickets for this one!
The Last Dinner Party kicked off the line-up on the Woodsies stage for the Saturday. Their latest single ‘Nothing Matters’ dropped April 19. You can catch them at one of their UK shows this July, but be quick! Tickets are flying out. Tickets on sale now.
Wigan based indie rock band The Lathums joined the line-up on the Other Stage this weekend. The four-piece are also set to play Bootle Canalside in Liverpool next month. Don’t miss your chance to catch them live!
Performing at the Acoustic Stage on the Friday, Irish rabble rousing folk band The Mary Wallopers have just come back from a UK tour, and are now set to perform at various UK festivals this summer including Tramlines, Deer Shed and Sounds Of The City. Tickets for these incredible festivals are on sale now.
The Murder Capital dropped their latest album ‘Gigi’s Recovery’ in January earlier this year, and performed on the Strummerville stage on the Saturday. Going from strength to strength, the band will also be embarking on a UK tour in November 2023. Tickets are on sale now.
Headlining the Acoustic Stage on Friday, acclaimed live band The Saw Doctors are also set to play a series of headline UK shows later this year, including Sounds Of The City in Manchester. Tickets to catch The Saw Doctors live are on sale now.
Joining the Saturday line-up on the acoustic stage The Sharon Shannon Trio are set to play a string of UK shows for February 2024. Tickets are on sale now, so add a show to the calendar, and kick 2024 off with a bang.
Reggae fusion band Third World joined the line-up on the West Holts stage on Saturday this year, and are set to play two more shows at London and Brighton in July 2023. Don’t miss out on catching Third World on one of their UK dates later this year. Tickets on sale now.
Performing at The Park stage on Sunday evening, Thundercat delivered one of the final shows on the stage for this year, with Alt-J being the only band to follow. You can catch Thundercat as he plays Love Supreme 30 June – 02 July 2023. Tickets on sale now.
One to watch, Tom A-Smith performed at the Left Field stage at Glastonbury over the weekend. Tom A. Smith is having quite the year with His single 'Little Bits' also finding airtime on BBC Radio 1, Radio X, Absolute Radio, Sunday Brunch and more. Make sure you grab your tickets to catch this new up-and-comer.
After releasing his latest album ‘What Ifs & Maybes’ earlier this month, and performing at the Other Stage at Glastonbury 2023, Tom Grennan has stepped into an exhilarating new creative chapter with planet-sized ambitions.. Don’t miss your chance to catch him at Singleton park, Swansea in July 2023.
Unknown Mortal Orchestra performed at The Park Stage this weekend and are set to play 2 shows in August 2023. The band also launched their double album V in March earlier this year. Fresh off of Glastonbury and with a new album released, now is the time to grab tickets for one of their August shows!
Performing at The Lonely Hearts Club this weekend, artist Venbee is also set to take to the stage at Splendour In Nottingham this July! Earlier this month Venbee collaborated with British drum and bass heavyweights Rudimental on her new single ‘die young’. Tickets for Splendour In Nottingham on sale now!
Swedish post-punk band Viagra Boys joined the line-up on The Park Stage on Sunday and are set to play a handful of shows including Forwards Festival, Bristol in September this year. The band released the deluxe version of their latest album ‘Cave World’ in January and are definitely one not to be missed.
Vintage Trouble headlined the Avalon Stage this Saturday, fresh off releasing their latest album ‘Heavy Hymnal’. The band are set to embark on a UK tour from July – August 2023 so now is your chance to catch them at a headline show!
Preceding The Viagra Boys at The Park Stage on Sunday, Weyes Blood gave a killer performance at Glastonbury this year. They’re set to play a string of UK shows in November of this year so grab your tickets now!
The Avalon Stage was host to a wide field of talent this weekend including UK icon Will Young. Will is set to play a massive outdoor show at Warwick Castle this summer. If you’re looking for an extra day out in your summer plans this could be it!
Headlining the Other Stage on the first night of Glastonbury, Wizkid is also set to play a show at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, London in July this year. After dropping his latest album ‘More Love, Less Ego’ last year, Wizkid has been making waves. Be sure to catch him in July 2023. Tickets on sale now.
Wunderhorse performed at the Woodsies stage on the Saturday of Glastonbury this year, and are set to embark on a UK tour from October – November 2023, just over one year on from the release of their latest album ‘Cub’ in October of last year. Don’t miss out on catching a Wunderhorse show in October 2023.
Yazmin Lacey performed Sunday afternoon at The Lonely Hearts Club stage this year. She dropped her latest album ‘Voice Notes’ in March 2023 and is set to play a string of UK shows in Manchester, Leeds and Bristol in November later this year. Don’t miss out, tickets on sale now!
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