Glastonbury announce full 2024 line-up for West Holts stage

Glastonbury has shared details about its 2024 West Holts stage line-up, including a host of new names such as Nia Archives and 47soul. Check it out below.

The iconic Worthy Farm festival shared its official 2024 line-up for Glastonbury last month– with Dua LipaColdplay and SZA confirmed as headlining the iconic Pyramid Stage this summer, while Shania Twain performs in the legends slot on the Sunday.

In the time since that main announcement, the organisers have begun counting down the weeks to this year’s edition by gradually announcing the artists playing at other stages around the site. This kicked off earlier this month with news of the artists set to headline the Acoustic Stage, followed by details on those who have joined the Field Of Avalon line-up and details on the 2024 Shangri-La area line-up, including a host of new names such as Kneecap, Bob Vylan and Lambrini Girls.


Now, further details about the West Holts stage have been announced on Glastonbury’s official X/Twitter page. Previously announced Jungle, Jessie Ware and Justice are set to headline the stage with acts such as Danny Brown, Black Pumas, Britany Howard, Sugababes, Squid and more set to perform.

Along with Archives and 47Soul, new names such as Alogte Oho and His Sounds of Joy, Balming Tiger, The Skatalites, Jalen Ngonda and Matthew Halsall have joined the bill.

In other news, a stage called Nomad has also recently had its line-up revealed on X, an area described as “a place to unite and take up space, dedicated to performing the under-represented in festival culture. A Safe(r) space where alternative communities come together through a shared vision of the future.”


Artists performing here include Benzo, Devolicious, Indy Rivers, Lea Lea, Pxssy Palace, Sippin’ T and Swana Collective.

Elsewhere, Fat Tony, Lil C, Gucci Girl, Architect, Blanco, Tina Edwards and Miss Mash will perform on Platform 23, while the Sistxrhood stage will feature appearances from Bexx, Ladygrey, Absolutely Flawless, Marla Kether, Sista Selecta, Vxrgo and many more.

A new ‘Arrivals’ stage will also be integrated into the 2024 edition of Glastonbury, its first dedicated South Asian space. The line-up for the stage includes 4resh, Angel D’Lite, Baalti, Bobby Friction, Daytimers, Gracie T, Pxssy Palace, Zeemuffin, Mamu and more.

Fireworks illuminate the night sky as crowds gather to watch Elton John perform on the main Pyramid Stage on Day 5 of the Glastonbury Festival 2023 held at Worthy Farm, Pilton on June 25, 2023
Fireworks illuminate the night sky as crowds gather to watch Elton John perform on the main Pyramid Stage on Day 5 of the Glastonbury Festival 2023 held at Worthy Farm, Pilton on June 25, 2023. CREDIT: Matt Cardy/Getty Images

With the Fields Of Avalon announcement earlier this month, Caity BaserFrank TurnerSkindred and Lulu were all added to the bill, with the performance from the latter marking the last ever live show by the singer.

The Acoustic Stage was confirmed just days before that, and is set to see Scouting For GirlsStornowayOcean Colour SceneAngie McMahon, and Red Hot Chili Peppers‘ cover band, Red Hot Chilli Pipers perform, as well as Russell Crowe’s Indoor Garden Party. The latter that particularly caught the attention of festival-goers, with many taking to social media to share their thoughts on the Gladiator actor being added to the bill.

More artists set to perform at other stages around the festival site are set to be announced in the run-up to this year’s event. You can check out the full line-up and all individual stage and area splits so far for Glastonbury 2024 here.

Earlier this month, it was reported that this year’s edition has seen the “highest percentage of ticket balances paid ever”, meaning there will be “very limited” tickets available in the re-sale. The re-sale began last night (April 18) with ticket and coach travel packages selling out in under 20 minutes.

In other Glastonbury news, the eight finalists for the festival’s Emerging Talent Competition were recently announced.