2015 Glastonbury performers on tour in the UK
24 Jun 2015
2015 Glastonbury performers on tour in the UK
Glasto, glasto, glasto! We know! We want to go too. If you’re like us and aren’t heading to a field of mud this weekend - no fear, you can still see many of this year’s Glastonbury performers live in the UK.

From Kanye West to Florence and the Machine, the biggest names in music will head to Glastonbury for a weekend of incredible live music.

With this in mind, we’ve taken a look at who’s performing on the iconic Pyramid Stage at this year’s fest and when you’ll be able to catch them on tour. Read on to find out who, where, when and how to book tickets.

On Friday (26 June) Florence and the Machine will headline the Pyramid Stage in replacement of the Foo Fighters (after Dave Grohl broke his leg). Florence fans can rejoice as they’ll be on tour with front lady Florence Welch during September.

The main stage will also be graced by Mary J. Blige, who plays two shows in Birmingham and Manchester the following month; Alabama Shakes, the group are to headline two nights at London’s O2 Academy Brixton in November; and singer-songwriter James Bay. He will take his debut album on a nationwide tour in September.

Click the name to book tickets: Florence and the Machine | Mary J. Blige | Alabama Shakes | James Bay

Paloma Faith, The Waterboys and Courtney Barnett are just some of the artists who will be performing on the main stage on Saturday 27 June (ahead of Kanye West’s headline slot!). Paloma Faith’s slot is part of her summer tour which includes outdoor shows around the country until August. The Waterboys and Courtney Barnett will tour during November and December.

Purchase your tickets here for Paloma Faith | The Waterboys | Courtney Barnett

Sunday 28 June will see the Pyramid Stage bursting with music for one last time, including an eclectic mix of performances from Paul Weller, Lionel Richie and Patti Smith. Fans of Paul Weller can catch him on tour around the UK during November. He’ll be promoting his brand new album Saturn’s Sun. Meanwhile, Lionel Richie – who’s singing all his hits all night long – will perform at the Edinburgh Castle in July. Patti Smith will mark the 40th anniversary of her Horses album with two shows at London’s Roundhouse on 30 and 31 October.

Click on the name to find tickets: Paul Weller | Lionel Richie | Patti Smith