These Glastonbury Artists Have Shows On Sale Now

Emily Eavis claimed Glastonbury 2017 was the best yet and who are we to argue. If you were one of the lucky ones who had a ticket or, you watched all the action on TV, last weekend provided a mammoth music feast featuring the world’s biggest stars as well as a raft of up-and-comers. Did this weekend wet your appetite for some more live music? Here are some of our favourite artists who crushed it at the festival and have UK shows on sale now. 


Who: After dropping mega-jam “Don’t Kill My Vibe” earlier this year, Sigrid has become one of the most hyped new artists on the planet. Attracted a huge crowd at The Park Stage on Saturday afternoon. 

See Sigrid live: When she plays Scala, London in September. 


Boy Better Know

Who: JME, Skepta, Wiley and co. proved Grime’s ever growing popularity with an epic headline set on The Other Stage on Sunday night. 

See Boy Better Know live: When they headline The O2 in August. 


Dua Lipa 

Who: The pop star drew a huge crowd at The John Peel Stage on Friday afternoon, performing hits from her ace self-titled debut album. 

See Dua Lipa live: On tour later this year! 


Run The Jewels 

Who: The rap duo brought their politically charged rhymes to the Pyramid Stage on Saturday afternoon, after being introduced on stage by Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn.  

See Run The Jewels live: When they play O2 Academy Glasgow in November. 


Loyle Carner 

Who: London’s premiere lyricist played a blinding set on The John Peel stage on Saturday. 

See Loyle Carner live: On tour later this year. 



Who: With a set full of OK, Computer classics, Radiohead proved why they’re one of the biggest bands in the world when they headlined the Pyramid Stage on Friday night.

See Radiohead live: At Manchester Emirate Old Trafford next month.


Katy Perry 

Who: Playing a set which featured no less than 8 top 10 UK singles, the California girl rocked the Pyramid Stage on Saturday evening.

See Katy Perry live: On her “Witness” tour next year.


Julia Jacklin 

Who: The Australian brought her blend of indie-pop to The Park Stage on Sunday afternoon. 

See Julia Jacklin live: On tour across the UK later this year. 


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