Kasabian to headline Glastonbury 2014

4 April 2014, 08:59

Kasabian

The band have been announced as the closing headliners, topping the Pyramid Stage on Sunday 29 June.

"First on Friday 2004, last on Sunday 2014," said Sergio Pizzorno in a statement, referring to their debut appearance at the festival, ten years ago - when they opened the Other Stage.

"They are one of the most requested bands from Glastonbury-goers and an amazing live act," Emily Eavis told The Guardian. "It’s going to be one hell of a show!”

Meanwhile, 87 more names have been confirmed by the organisers of the festival, which takes place at Worthy Farm between 27 and 29 June.

Pixies will make their first Glastonbury appearance since 1989, while Elbow, The Black Keys, Jack White, Mogwai, CHVRCHES, The 1975, Interpol, Foster The people, Mogwai, Royal Blood, Kodaline, Manic Street Preachers, London Grammar, Jake Bugg, MGMT, Parquet Courts, Wolf Alice and more are now confirmed alongside Friday night headliners Arcade Fire and "Sunday afternoon classic artist" Dolly Parton.

The confirmed line-up so far is:

Above And Beyond
Angel Haze
Annie Mac
Arcade Fire
Blondie
Bonobo
Breach
Bryan Ferry
Chance the Rapper
Chlöe Howl
Chromeo
Chvrches
Connan Mockasin
Courtney Barnett
Crystal Fighters
Danny Brown
Daptone Super Soul Revue
De La Soul
Dexys
Disclosure
DJ Pierre
Dolly Parton
Eats Everything
Ed Sheeran
Elbow
ESG
Foster the People
Four Tet
François Kevorkian
Goldfrapp
Gorgon City
Gorgon City
Interpol
Jack White
Jagwar Ma
Jake Bugg
James Blake
Jamie xx
John Grant
John Newman
Jurassic 5
Kasabian
Kelis
Kodaline
Lana Del Rey
Lil Louis
Lily Allen
Little Dragon
London Grammar
Manic Street Preachers
Massive Attack
Metronomy
MGMT
MIA
Midlake
MNEK
Mogwai
Ms Dynamite
Nitin Sawhney
Paolo Nutini
Parquet Courts
Phosphorescent
Pixies
Public Service Broadcasting
Radiophonic Workshop
Richie Hawtin
Robert Plant
Rodrigo Y Gabriela
Royal Blood
Rudimental
Sam Smith
Seun Kuti & Egypt 80
Skrillex
Suzanne Vega
Temples
The 1975
The Black Keys
The Sun Ra Arkestra
The Wailers
Tinariwen
Toumani & Sidiki Diabate
Tune-Yards
Warpaint
Wilko Johnson
Wolf Alice