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Who'll be playing at Worthy Farm this weekend? Radio X takes you through the highlights of the line-up... and all the latest rumours of "surprise" sets...
Using some dubious logic, Somerset Live is convinced that Will Smith will be popping up at Worthy Farm sometime this weekend. The evidence? 1) He’s announced a return to music. 2) He’s in Europe at the moment. 3) He’s got a new movie out. 4) It’s summer summer summertime. No further evidence, your honour. Photo: Getty
Macca famously played for the “Glastonburgers” in 2004 and enjoyed the experience. He’s got a new compilation album out and is touring Europe. He’s in Norway on Friday, then in Denmark playing on Monday. That means he has the entire weekend free, Could he rush onstage at some point? It’s possible. Photo: Getty
Emily Eavis has claimed that her dad’s recent gaffe - looking at a list of Glasto artists and saying “Radiohead are good aren’t they?” - means nothing, but here at Radio X, we’re happy to keep stoking this one for another few days. It’s got to be a huge double bluff, surely?
He may still be a bit wobbly from being up in that there space for six months, but we think that the astronaut could make a lap of honour at Worthy Farm this weekend. He managed to appear at the BRITs this year, giving Adele an award - could he make a personal appearance? Photo: Getty
Big Dave Grohl bust his leg last year and had to pull out of a headline slot… while he’s promised to come back and fulfil this engagement, we don’t know when. Could Dave make a stop off in Somerset for a little acoustic set maybe? We’re starting this rumour right NOW.
It’s time once more for the annual unveiling of the “Daft Punk Secret Set At Glastonbury” gossip, despite no evidence to suggest that they’ll be there. Other than… well, Eurostar fares are quiet cheap at the moment?
They played a triumphant run at Manchester's Etihad Stadium last week, so they're primed. They blew out the festival back in 1995, it could be time to settle scores? The only problem - they're headlining T In The Park in a couple of weeks, so it may be a conflict of interest?
Much to everyone's surprise, Adele announced she'd be taking Saturday's headline slot to fans at her gig at London's O2 Arena. The 28-year-old singer joins Muse and Coldplay. Picture: Getty
The band have confirmed that they will be headlining the festival on Friday night, making them the only band to have headlined all three nights at the Pyramid stage.
Chris Martin and co. have already headlined Glastonbury three times and have often referred to it as a kind of homecoming gig. They will headline the Pyramid Stage on the Sunday night.
Now a bona fide proper arena and festival headlining band, you can see Yannis and co at Glasto in 2016, just before Muse headline the Pryamid Stage on Friday.
One of Britain's best bands will take a well-deserved slot on the Pryamid Stage on Saturday afternoon.
Alex Turner and Miles Kane have revived their side-project for a new album, Everything You've Come To Expect. Well, expect some epic soundscapes at Glasto this year. They play the Pyramid Stage on Saturday sandwiched between Tame Impala and, er, Madness.
"Glasto here we come!" say the band. Last year's Every Open Eye album was well-received... here's your chance to hear it live at Glastonbury. They perform on the Other Stage on Saturday night before fellow synth poppers New Order.
James Murphy is back and Somerset is on his itinerary. He'll headline the Other Stage on Sunday night.
Out and about in the summer with a brand new album - and Glasto is in their sights! They headline the West Holts stage on Friday night. Make sure you have some lager, lager, lager, lager...
He's back with new material this year, and this will be the fourth time he's played Glasto, after appearances in 2011, 2013 and 2014. This time, he's headlining the John Peel Stage on Sunday.
The Becktionary will get another dusting down as the singer-songwriter brings his hits (plus new material, we hope) to Glasto. He "warms up" for Coldplay on the Pyramid Stage on Sunday night.
Matt Healy and co will be bringing their sound - or rather, THE Sound - to Worthy Farm this June. They play the Other Stage at 7.15pm on Saturday night.
Dan Smith and pals are back for 2016! And Glastonbury is one stop on their summer schedule. They play just before Disclosure on the Other Stage on Friday.
The legendary Manchester band first played the festival back in 1981 and returned in 1987 and 2005. This time around, they'll be bringing their excellent new album Music Complete to Worthy Farm and will headline the Other Stage on Saturday night.
The Stockport sensations will be playing Worthy Farm this year, following James on the Other Stage on Friday afternoon.
Jack performed at last year's festival, and now he'll play Glastonbury as the BRIT Award Critics' Choice winner. He plays the John Peel Stage on Friday evening.
They're BACK. Any chance of hearing some new material, maybe, lads? Head to the Pyramid Stage at 3pm on Friday afternoon to find out.
Holly Fletcher has been getting much acclaim for her brand of electronica over the past year, now's the chance to see her live at the John Peel Stage on Saturday afternoon.
Peej will be making a welcome return to Glastonbury this year, hopefully with some new tunes. See her on Sunday night at the Other Stage, before LCD Soundsystem.
Jeff Lynne and the Electric Light Orchestra have been announced as being the Pyramid Stage Sunday legends slot in 2016. Imagine hearing Mr Blue Sky live at Worthy Farm!
Gibbons! Hill! Beard! The legendary Texan trio will be unleashing their no-nonsense Southern boogie to the Somerset masses, before Foals and Muse.
With Elbow, he's a Glastonbury veteran. Now, the frontman will be bringing his solo show to the Park Stage on Sunday evening.
Norman Cook, festival stalwart, will be performing yet again at Glastonbury. It's a tradition! He'll be at the John Peel Stage on Saturday night.
The Pop Princess played Glastonbury in 2014, now she's back - with more hits! She'll perform before Beck and Coldplay on the Pyramid Stage on Sunday night.
Let's hope it stays dry this year so you can lie back in the grass and enjoy the Icelandic post-rockers. They headline the John Peel Stage on Friday night.
Ho! It's the folk rockers from Denver, Colorado. Hey! They'll be playing the Other Stage at 4.10pm on Friday afternoon.
Other Stage, Friday, 7.10pm
John Peel Stage, Sunday, 5.30pm.
The Park Stage, Sunday, 9pm.
Other Stage, Sunday, 4.50pm.
The Park Stage, Friday, 6.30pm.
Other Stage, Friday 10.30pm.
West Holts Stage, Saturday, 10.15pm
The Park Stage, Sunday, 6pm
John Peel Stage, Sunday, 7pm