The Glastonbury Festival warms up with more lineup announcements, before they festival starts on June 23rd. They've laid out the BBC Introducing ... stage and the schedule for all of the smaller stages.
The BBC Introducing ... stage feautures 31 U.K. acts that are more unknown, but up and coming acts, like Kid Adrift, Pulled Apart by Horses and Chew Lips. It's an extension of the BBC Introducing ... show on BBC Radio.
The Glastonbury Festival has also announced the schedules for their smaller stages, 34 in all, including the Avalon Cafe, Glade Lounge, Experimental Soundfield Dance, Bez's Acid House, Queens Head, Rabbit Hole and more.
This will be no small Glastonbury Festival, as 2010 is the 40 year anniversary of the first Glastonbury experience. As a result, they'll be expanding the non-music festivities, and trying to get the best lineup that they can.
"People are very interested in this 40 year thing. Everywhere I go, people are asking about. The expectations are really high. So we have to deliver on that. We're trying to get the best headliners in the world."
Glastonbury is set to take place June 25 - 27. Check out the Spacelab Festival Guide for more information on the Glastonbury Festival lineup, tickets, and other details.