‘Kill Tory Scum’ band Killdren have been removed from Glastonbury 2019
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Glastonbury 2019: Full line-up and stage times revealed

Glastonbury Festival has revealed the full line-up and stage times of the eagerly anticipated 2019 event.

With the likes of Stormzy, The Killers and The Cure all confirmed as headliners for the Pyramid Stage, attendees can now plan their route around Pilton Farm with confirmed stage times.

Tame Impala will clash with grime’s finest when they headline The Other Stage at the same time as Stormzy, while Liam Gallagher fans will miss The Courtneeners on the Saturday.

Fans of Billie Eilish will need to be quick on Sunday, her set on The Other Stage finishes at the exact same time Miley Cyrus kicks off her performance on the festival’s largest stage.

Here’s some of the stage times.

Click here for the full stage times.

Leading weather forecasters Accuweather have predicted a warm few days in Pilton, suggesting that the event would remain dry with highs of 24 degrees on the Saturday of the festival.

The Met Office’s Mr Deakin, who has suggested Glastonbury attendees could have reason for optimism, made observations that a cold Spring leads to a hot summer. “If you look at last year, a colder than average Spring did bring a warmer than average summer, but there is no set pattern to that at all,” the weatherman said. 

Deakin added “The longer range, three month outlook is suggesting that higher pressure is more likely than lower pressure, and higher temperatures are more likely than lower temperatures.

“A trend towards some finer weather as we go into early summer, but of course, any individual spell of hot weather can’t be forecast at that kind of range.

He concluded: “The trend does look dryer than average.”

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