Where to see Glastonbury’s biggest acts throughout 2023

If you missed out on a ticket, here's where all the biggest guests of Worthy Farm are headed next

Glastonbury 2023 may be a music lover’s dream, but the lottery to get tickets definitely isn’t. If you missed out, there are still plenty of opportunities to see your favourite artists perform live this year. We’ve put together a guide to help you catch the best of the Glastonbury line-up outside of Somerset this year. Put your wellies on, stick iPlayer on in the background, and start planning your own clash-free Glasto 2023 line-up…

Royal Blood

Hard rock duo Royal Blood will be playing shows at TRNSMT Festival and Brighton Beach this July if you’re looking to make them part of your summer. They’ve also got a headline tour bound for the UK in October, including a stop at London’s Eventim Apollo.

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The Scottish alt rockers will be heading to Leicester in September, where you’ll be able to catch them at BBC Radio 2 In The Park (alongside the likes of Kylie, Busted and Tears For Fears).

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Maisie Peters

Rising indie star (and Ed Sheeran protégé) Maisie Peters will be heading to Glasgow in July to play TRNSMT Festival, ahead of her own headline tour in October and November.

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Guns N' Roses

Guns N’ Roses

Good news: if you’re kicking yourself for missing out on Guns N’ Roses, you’ve still got a chance to see them live this month. They’ll be playing Glasgow’s Bellahouston Park on June 27 and London’s Hyde Park on June 30.

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If you didn’t already see Aitch at a festival this summer, you’ll want to get yourself to Glasgow Green where the Mancunian rapper will be lighting up TRNSMT Festival in July.

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Blondie are playing Lytham Festival and London’s Crystal Palace Park (with Iggy Pop) over the next few weeks, so there’s still time to sneak a little Debbie Harry into your calendar. No excuses.

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The Chicks

The pioneering country pop trio are with us for a while this summer, so don’t worry if you aren’t seeing them in Somerset. Their world tour will take them to Cardiff, Glasgow, Birmingham, Manchester and London this July.

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Sophie Ellis-Bextor

You’ll be able to boogie with Sophie Ellis-Bextor pretty much all over the UK this year – from Warwick Castle to Henham Park. The Kitchen Disco superstar also has a string of headline shows in November and December to look forward to.

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The critically acclaimed singer and Afrobeats artist will play a huge show at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium this July 29, with some tickets still available if you’re quick.

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Fred again..

In case you’ve somehow managed to miss the hype around Fred’s festival sets, we’ll summarise: he’s kind of a big deal. And if you have missed out, you’re in luck – he’ll be playing Connect Festival this August.

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The Lightning Seeds

After he steps off The Other Stage at Glastonbury, Ian Broudie will be headed to Latitude and Connect Festivals, with a couple of other big dates scattered in-between.

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Ben Howard

Singer-songwriter Ben Howard is set to bring his soulful folk to Glasgow, London and Cardiff over the next few months, not to mention a special On The Mount show in Berkshire on July 1.

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Central Cee

The Shepherd’s Bush rapper continues his astronomical rise with some huge festival dates this summer. You might be missing him at Glasto, but there’s still a chance to catch him at Reading & Leeds.

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Rina Sawayama

Sawayama has been one hot ticket lately, which is why we’re so glad that the opportunity is still there to see her at Reading & Leeds Festival too.

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The award-winning electronic outfit show no signs of slowing down as they enter the second decade of their careers. They’ll be playing a handful of festival dates in July and August this summer.

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Queens Of The Stone Age

Hard rock heroes Queens Of The Stone Age have a couple of dates booked in for June, but the real excitement begins in November when they kick off their UK tour.

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Becky Hill

Becky Hill has been busy on the festival circuit this summer – playing huge stages at Creamfields South and the Isle of Wight Festival already. There’s still time to catch her at TRNSMT Festival in Glasgow and Reading & Leeds though, as well as at her second Creamfields stint at CF North.

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One of the most exciting artists to breakthrough over the last few years, Mahalia is a must-see this autumn when she tours the UK. Before she sets off in October, though, she’ll play Corona Sunsets in Hatfield on September 2.

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Christine and the Queens

We’ve had two amazing albums within six months now, so we’re long overdue a tour. Thankfully, we’ve got one. Héloïse Letissier will play Wilderness Festival in August, ahead of September shows in Birmingham, Manchester and Edinburgh.

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