The line-up for Glastonbury 2016 has just got bigger with the likes of Ellie Goulding, The 1975, Foals and Skepta set to perform. The eclectic bill comes after the three headliners, Muse, Adele and Coldplay, were confirmed to take on the Pyramid Stage at Worthy Farm, Somerset.

Taking place on 22-26 June, the prestigious music festival will see an array of musicians grace the stages with Disclosure, Beck, LCD Soundsystem and Stormzy confirmed to perform. Other acts include James Blake, Savages, Daughter, Chvrches, Wolf, Alice, Grimes, Annie Mac, PJ Harvey, Earth, Wind & Fire and Jeff Lynne's ELO, who will perform in the Sunday afternoon legend's slot.

Additional performers are expected to be revealed at a later date with organiser Emily Eavis tweeting: "Here's a snippet of our 2016 line-up." The line-up has received a mixed response so far with one commenting: "For once I'm kinda glad I didn't get a #Glastonbury ticket cuz this line up ain't that great," while another said: "So the #Glastonbury headliners are going to be #Adele #Coldplay and #muse ...... Anyone else feeling a bit meh? #glasto2016."

Glastonbury 2016 line-up
Glastonbury 2016 will see the likes of Ellie Goulding, Foals, Beck and The 1975 perform Glastonbury

However, many are still excited about the variety of performers with one commentator chiming in: "So happy after seeing the #Glastonbury lineup for this year! It's going to be incredible!" while another put the critics in their place, reasoning: "Anyone that's moaning about headliners at #Glastonbury There's over a hundred stages and something for everyone. Just shut up."

Adele confirmed her headline slot during a tour show at London's O2 Arena earlier in March, telling her audience: "Who's going to Glastonbury this year? See you there. I'll be there. I'll be headlining on the Saturday night this year. I've had to keep that secret for years!" Glastonbury said of its big headliner: "What a great honour it is to have the wonderful Adele confirmed for this year's Saturday night headline spot!"

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