Bootleg Beatles, Ocean Colour Scene and more for Acoustic Stage at Glastonbury 2024

THE Bootleg Beatles, Ocean Colour Scene and Gipsy Kings will top the bill on the Acoustic Stage at Glastonbury 2024.

The stage is the first area to announce a full line-up ahead of the festival, which runs from June 26 to 30 at Worthy Farm, Pilton.

Also on the line-up for the Acoustic are Scouting For Girls, Tanita Tikaram, Stornoway, The Manfreds, Albert Lee, Bernard Butler, Grace Petrie and the London Community Gospel Choir.

The Acoustic Stage is famous for line-ups showcasing the best of blues, folk, contemporary and country music.

The confirmed acts join the likes of Pyramid Stage headliners Dua Lipa, Coldplay and SZA for the festival.

The final chance for hopefuls to buy tickets takes place next week during a resale of tickets set to take place on Thursday, April 18, for coach and tickets packages, and Sunday, April 21, for general admission tickets.

The full line-up of acts confirmed as appearing on the Acoustic Stage at Glastonbury 2024 is:
The Bootleg Beatles
Scouting For Girls
Tanita Tikaram
Red Hot Chilli Pipers
Josh Rouse
Angie McMahon
John Smith
The Burma
Ocean Colour Scene
Ralph McTell
Russell Crowe’s Indoor Garden Party
The Manfreds (featuring Paul Jones & Mike d’Abo)
Albert Lee
Fun Lovin’ Crime Writers
Paul Casey
Jessie Reid
Jada Star
Ryan McMullan
Gipsy Kings
Judy Collins
London Community Gospel Choir
Songwriters ABS – Chris Gifford with Beth Nielsen Chapman, Guy Chambers, Sid Griffin and Jessie Reid
Bernard Butler
Michele Stodart
Grace Petrie
Frankie Archer
Toby Lee

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