Where to see Glastonbury’s biggest acts throughout 2022

Here's where else you can find some of the big hitters playing Worthy Farm this weekend if, like us, you missed out on a ticket

There’s no denying the cultural importance of a certain festival taking place in the green fields of Somerset this weekend, especially as it celebrates its 50th birthday with the likes of Paul McCartney, Billie Eilish, Kendrick Lamar, Diana Ross and hundreds more.

But if, like us, you struggled to get a ticket this year: fear not. We’ve put together a handy list of where else you can catch some of Glasto’s highlights this year, from other festivals to headline tours.

Diana Ross

The queen of Motown and disco will be turning London’s O2 Arena, Lytham Festival and Longleat Upside Down this summer.

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Kendrick Lamar

The left-field rap luminary K-dot brings his Big Steppers tour to the likes of Glasgow, Manchester and London this November.

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Olivia Rodrigo

One of the biggest breakout pop stars in the last couple of years, Olivia Rodrigo is crossing the pond to feel the UK love for her Sour tour in July.

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The Oxford band will be headlining the Other Stage this weekend, but you can also catch them at the likes of Latitude, TRNSMT, Sounds of the City. Catch their headline tour next January, too.

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Wet Leg

There really are few acts who can match the buzz around this new band at the moment (and is why they’re one of our Breakthrough Artists for 2022). Tickets for their UK tour are almost sold out, but there are still tickets for TRNSMT left.

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Megan Thee Stallion

This artist surely needs no introduction, and we’ll be flocking to both Wireless and Reading and Leeds festivals to see her own the stage this summer.

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Caroline Polachek

With her ethereal, otherworldly pop, we expect Caroline Polachek to be a Glasto highlight for many. You can catch her at Latitude this summer, before she embarks on a UK headline tour in October.

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Kae Tempest

Rapper, spoken word poet and all-round creative Kae Tempest is sure to get the goosebumps going this weekend; don’t miss them at Latitude either.

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This duo melted minds at Download recently with their contemporary take on nu-metal. They’ll be heading on a UK tour this October.

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George Ezra

Though he’s not officially on the line up, a sign seemingly spotted at the John Peel Stage reads ‘Gold Rush Kid – 2PM’, which just happens to be the name of his new album, which he’ll be bringing to Finsbury Park in July and a massive headline tour kicking off in September.

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