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Glastonbury Reveals 2023 Lineups For Glade And Park Area Stages

Glastonbury Festival has announced the full 2023 lineups for its Glade and Park area stages.

The iconic UK festival will run from June 21-25, 2023, where these stages will continue a time-honored tradition of spotlighting electronic music from a wide variety of genres.

Carl Cox is set to headline the Glade Stage on the festival’s official opening night with an exclusive exposé of his Hybrid Live set on Friday, June 23. 

The Glade Stage will also see Friday performances from BBC Radio 1 DJ Danny Howard, HE.SHE.THEY. resident SYREETA, Enzo Siragusa, and a special DJ set from Faithless.

Prior to the festival’s official kickoff, the Glade Stage will host sets from Denis Sulta, Crazy P, and a B2B from Daniel Avery and Richard Fearless on Thursday, June 22. 

Later on in the weekend, the Glade Stage features Kölsch, Girls Don’t Sync, Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs, and more, as well as a live performance from the new 90s supergroup Mantra of the Cosmos on Sunday, June 25.

The Glade Dome stage, famously set among the trees in its own corner of Worthy Farm, brings a diverse lineup with house, techno, drum & bass, and even psytrance. Big-name players at The Glade Dome stage include Axel Boy, Bou, Mella Dee, and Paige Tomlinson, among others.

Glastonbury’s larger Park Stage will feature a headline set from 90s dance music icon Fatboy Slim, as well as alternative electronic acts like Fever Ray and Alt-J

Also performing on the Park Stage are previously announced acts Jockstrap, Thundercat, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, and esteemed composer Max Richter. Individual day splits have yet to be announced.

Check out the complete Glade and Park area lineups below. Tickets for Glastonbury 2023 are officially sold out.

Feature photo provided by Glastonbury Festival. Credit: Team Phaze.

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Peter Volpe

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