Full Glastonbury line up announced

Metallica take the final headline slot amongst a litany of other names.

Jimmy Coultas

Date published: 9th May 2014

Image: Glastonbury Festival

Glastonbury have announced the final line up for this year's festival, with hard rock icons Metallica plaing the festival for the first time and joining Kasabian and Arcade Fire as headliners of the world famous Pyramid Stage.

Across the rest of the three day extravaganza you can expect to see the likes of Disclosure, Dolly Parton, Lilly Allen, James Blake, Interpol, Pixies, Manic Street Preachers, MGMT, St. Vincent, M.I.A., HAIM, Bryan Ferry, Sam Smith, Chromeo, Mogwai, CHVRCHES, Danny Brown,  Jamie xx, Chance the Rapper, Angel Haze, Goldfrapp, London Grammar, Rudimental and a gazillion others. Full line up here.

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