Glastonbury Festival 2015

In 2015, Glastonbury Festival once again offered festival-goers a huge variety of entertainment with performances taking place across more than 100 venues and stages.

Topping the bill on the Pyramid Stage were Florence + the Machine, Kanye West and The Who, while the Other Stage was headlined by Rudimental, Deadmau5 and The Chemical Brothers.

Florence + the Machine were late replacements for the Foo Fighters who were forced to cancel their appearance after Dave Grohl fell from the stage and injured his leg at the Foo Fighters’ June 12 show at Ullevi Stadium in Gothenburg, Sweden.

The West Holts Stage headliners at Glastonbury 2015 were Hot Chip; The Mothership Returns - George Clinton, Parliament, Funkadelic and the Family Stone; and Flying Lotus.

Over on the John Peel Stage, Enter Shikari, Suede and FFS (Franz Ferdinand & Sparks) took the top spots, while Super Furry Animals, Jon Hopkins and Ryan Adams headlined the Park Stage.

135,000 tickets were sold for Glastonbury 2016, the 32nd to be held at Worthy Farm. The festival took place from Wednesday 24th June to Sunday 28th June.

After an initial sale of 15,000 coach and ticket packages on Wednesday 1st October 2014, the remaining tickets went on sale on Sunday October 5th 2014 and sold out in just 25 minutes - a new record.


Wednesday - Biggles Wartime Band

Wednesday - Hattie Hatstar

Wednesday - Mik Artistik's Ego Trip

Wednesday - Sladest + Michael Eavis

Friday - Florence + The Machine

Main stage line-ups + video and set list links

Friday - Pyramid, Other, West Holts, John Peel & Park Stages

Saturday - Pyramid, Other, West Holts, John Peel & Park Stages

Sunday - Pyramid, Other, West Holts, John Peel & Park Stages

Videos and blogs

The Green Fields

Silver Hayes

BBC Introducing Stage highlights

Secret sets on the BBC Introducing Stage

Timeline of line-up announcements and pre-festival news

WaterAid unveils the 'Loo with a View' at Glastonbury 2015

In Pictures

Great photos of Glastonbury Festival 2015 from the official website:
Wednesday / Thursday / Friday / Saturday / Sunday

More Glastonbury Festival reviews

Glastonbury 2014, Glastonbury 2013, Glastonbury 2011, Glastonbury 2010, Glastonbury 1997, Glastonbury 1989