Aussie artist Julia Jacklin and Blossoms added to Glastonbury line-up

In news you might have missed earlier this month, Glastonbury co-organiser Emily Eavis added two names to the 2017 lineup just 24 hours after the primary line-up was revealed, which featured everyone from Radiohead and the Foo Fighters to Martha Wainwright and The National. One of those names was Australia’s own Julia Jacklin, who Eavis said was “…one of my favourite new voices. Just gorgeous.”

Joining Julia Jacklin in the announcement were rising indie pop stars Blossoms, who will be playing the festival’s iconic Pyramid Stage. Like Jacklin, Blossoms had missed out on being included in the initial announcement and poster, but enjoyed a special announcement from Eavis the next day.

Elsewhere on the diverse lineup you’ll find Pop superstars Ed Sheeran and Katy Perry, Scottish rock superstars Biffy Clyro, Barry Gibb filling the “legend” spot, New Zealand’s Lorde, plus Craig David and Shaggy for good measure. The only other Aussies on the lineup are The Avalanches, who continue their massive international festival run. They’ll also be at Coachella this weekend.

Here’s the full festival lineup, which will take over Worthy Farm from June 21th to the 25th. Tickets have already sold out. For more details head to their official website.

Radiohead
Foo Fighters
Ed Sheeran
The XX
The National
Biffy Clyro
Katy Perry
Barry Gibb
Royal Blood
Stormzy
Chic
Major Lazer
Alt-J
Boy Better Know
Lorde
Solange
Run the Jewels
Laura Marling
Kris Kristofferson
The Jacksons
Emeli Sandé
Phoenix
First Aid Kit
Justice
Aanderson .Paak and the Free Nationals
Haim
Toots and the Maytals
Father John Misty
The Flaming Lips
Dizzee Rascal
Warpaint
BadBadNotGood
Metronomy
Annie Mac
Kano
Goldfrapp
Sleaford Mods
Kate Tempest
Wiley
Dynamo
The Can Project
Thundercat
The Avalanches
Clean Bandit
George Ezra
Glass Animals
The Courteeners
Sampha
DJ Shadow
London Grammar
Ride
Songhoy Blues
Little Dragon
Kaiser Chiefs
Wild Beasts
Angel Olsen
Blossoms
The Lemon Twigs
Nines
Moderat
Rag’n’Bone Man
Craig David
Circa Waves
Future Islands
Ani DiFranco
Nadia Rose
Shaggy
British Sea Power
Mark Lanegan
The Moonlandingz
Frank Carter and the Rattlesnakes
Temples
Halsey
The Cinematic Orchestra
Tove Lo
Sasha and John Digweed
Joe Goddard
Boys Noize
Kurupt FM
Noisia
Declan McKenna
Loyle Carner
Lisa Hannigan
Birdy
Martha Wainwright
Julia Jacklin
All We Are
Girl Ray

For those planning future Glastonbury adventures, the festival will be taking 2018 off, but will return in 2019. Organisers have also confirmed that the festival will continue at the current site, Worthy Farm, for at least the next 17 years.