See every bill from the world's biggest festival
Andrew Trendell

14:33 13th January 2016

The rumour mill continues to spin into insanity around who may or may not be appearing at Glastonbury 2016, and while there are some safe bits and other impossible odds, one thing is certain - music history will be made, as per usual. 

To show that, we've gathered together each and every Glastonbury Festival line-up and poster in history to show just the calibre of greats that made Glasto what it is - from the days when tickets were a pound, free milk was provided and Bowie would just drop by, to the megastar-studded behemoth it is today, attracting everyone from Radiohead and Coldplay to The Cure and beyond. 

Take a look through the pages of history, and gaze in wonder at every Glastonbury line-up and poster ever. 

  • 1970

  • 1971: Hawkwind, Traffic, Melanie, David Bowie, Joan Baez, Fairport Convention and Quintessence.

  • 1978: Nik Turner, Nice and Easy, White Island, Motivation, Tribe Pedro

  • 1979: Tim Blake, Peter Gabriel (along with Phil Collins, Steve Hillage, Tom Robinson, Nona Hendrix and Alex Harvey), Alex Harvey Band, Steve Hillage, Mother Gong, Nik Turner, The Only Ones, Footsbarn Theatre, Sky, The Pop Group, John Martyn

  • 1981

  • 1982

  • 1983

  • 1984

  • 1985

  • 1986

  • 1987

  • 1989

  • 1990

  • 1992

  • 1993

  • 1994

  • 1995

  • 1997

  • 1998: Primal Scream, Blur, Pulp, James, Tricky, Nick Cave, Foo Fighters, Robbie Williams, Manson, Embrace, Sonic Youth, Stereophonics, Underworld, Placebo, Deftones, Portishead, Ian Brown, Divine Comedy, The Jesus & Mary Chain and many more.

  • 1999

  • 2000

  • 2002: Stereophonics, Coldplay, Manu Chao, Rolf Harris, Kosheen, Mis-teeq, Fat Boy Slim, Roger Walters and Rod Stewart, Faithless, Garbage, Air, White Stripes, Orbital, Isaac Haye

  • 2003

  • 2004: Oasis, Muse, Paul McCartney, Morrissey, Kings Of Leon, Black Eyed Peas, PJ Harvey, Elbow, Lostprophets, Wilco, Bright Eyes, Sister Sledge, Chemical Brothers, Basement Jaxx, Orbital, Damien Rice, Goldfrapp, Franz Ferdinand, Keane, The Rapture, 22-20s, The Subways, The Zutons and many more.

  • 2005: The White Stripes, Coldplay, Basement Jaxx, New Order, Primal Scream, The Killers, Doves, Garbage, Elvis Costello, Kaiser Chiefs, Fatboy Slim, Razorlight, Kasabian, Interpol, The Secret Machines, The Subways, Ian Brown, Rufus Wainwright, Bloc Party, Babyshambles, The Others, Hot Hot Heat, Editors, Tom Vek and many more.

  • 2007

  • 2008

  • 2009

  • 2010

  • 2011

  • 2013

  • 2014

  • 2015 (Foo Fighters replaced The Who)

  • 2016

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