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June 2019
Festivals

The Killers, The Cure, Miley Cyrus, Tame Impala, Billie Eilish and more are all playing Glastonbury 2019

The first big line-up drop is here, featuring Vampire Weekend, George Ezra, Liam Gallagher, Christine and the Queens and more.
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Published: 9:01 am, March 15, 2019
The Killers, The Cure, Miley Cyrus, Tame Impala, Billie Eilish and more are all playing Glastonbury 2019

The first line-up for this year's Glastonbury Festival is 'out', with two new headliners and a bunch more acts revealed.

The Killers and The Cure join Stormzy as bill-toppers, leading a line-up that also features the likes of George Ezra, Liam Gallagher, Bastille, Jorja Smith, Sigrid, Years & Years and more.

Miley Cyrus should be 'a bit of a Glastonbury moment', while Tame Impala, Vampire Weekend, Two Door Cinema Club, Billie Eilish, Hot Chip and Lizzo will all have new albums to play. There's also room for the magnificent Christine and the Queens, Stefflon Don, Janelle Monae, Idles, Rosalia, Rex Orange County, Little Simz, Loyle Carner, King Princess, Pale Waves, Friendly Fires, Sharon Van Etten, Pond, Sam Fender and Shura.

Glastonbury 2019 takes place between 26th and 30th June. You can check out the full line-up so far in the poster below.

The Killers, The Cure, Miley Cyrus, Tame Impala, Billie Eilish and more are all playing Glastonbury 2019

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