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Full Glastonbury line up and set times for Saturday on Pyramid Stage, Other, Woodsies, West Holts and Park

Glastonbury's second full day of music will get underway on Saturday, June 25, with hundreds of acts set to perform.

Topping the bill will be Pyramid headliners Coldplay, who are are closing the stage for their fifth time. The Glastonbury veterans will become take the crown for performing the most headline slots at the festival ever when they take to the stage tonight.

The main stage will also welcome Nigerian singers Femi Kuti and Ayra Starr, US ’80s chart-topper Cyndi Lauper and rock band Keane. Mercury Prize winner Michael Kiwanuka and British rapper Little Simz will also play on the Pyramid Stage in the evening.

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Over on the Other Stage, dance duo Disclosure are top of the bill, playing after performances from UK garage act The Streets and Cuban singer Camila Cabello. There's also a large gap in the line up for Woodsies between 6pm and 7pm with a special mystery act set to take to the stage.

On Friday night, popstar Dua Lipa headlined the Pyramid Stage following performances from LCD Soundsystem, PJ Harvey, K-pop band Seventeen and singer Olivia Dean.

Glastonbury takes place over five days at Worthy Farm in Somerset. Around 200,000 people descend on the site to enjoy the music as well as the many art installations, theatre performances and circus, comedy and spoken words acts.

The BBC is broadcasting live from the festival, with dozens of sets available to watch on BBC One and on iPlayer.

Here's what to expect from Saturday's musical line up.

Pyramid Stage

Other Stage

West Holts Stage


Park Stage

Acoustic Stage

Avalon Stage