Glastonbury Festival 2024: Full Strummerville line-up revealed

Glastonbury Festival has announced the line-up for their iconic Strummerville venue, with acclaimed indie artists like Frank Turner and Fat White Family topping the bill. The Strummerville venue is perhaps most famous for its 24-hour campfire and is described by organisers as "host to some of the finest and [most] eclectic talents out there".

Strummerville is known for its woodsy, welcoming atmosphere, with organisers saying: "It’s almost that time again: Strummerville at Glastonbury. We cannot wait to see you all back in those other-worldly fields of the Southwest!"

One of this year's hottest acts is Frank Turner, a folk and punk musician whose 2022 album FTHC reached the coveted #1 spot on the UK Album Charts. Turner has six top-five albums to his name overall.

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His single Recovery - a deceptively upbeat song about struggling to get your life back on track - has wracked up six and a half million views on Youtube. Alongside Glastonbury, he'll also be playing shows around the world this year in places like Germany, Hungary, Switzerland, Sweden, and the USA.

Other performers this year at Strummerville include Fat White Family, the Lambrini Girls, Fat Dog, and many more. The stage has a habit of hosting rising stars: folk icons Mumford and Sons played Strummerville in 2011, before going on to play the iconic Pyramid Stage in 2013.

Strummerville has also been played by Maisie Peters and Olivia Dean. You can see the line-up for Strummerville this year online, as well as Glastonbury Festival's full line-up so far.