Finally it has arrived, the full line up to every festival fanatic’s dream, Glastonbury 2015. After the mass debate as to whether Kanye West should be headlining, Yeezus keeps his spot at the top and will be lining up along side the Foo Fighters. Even an online petition couldn’t stop the self proclaimed God from causing a storm in the Glasto camp.

With an astounding amount of act’s queuing up to take to the famous stage, we’ll see performers from past and present pleasing the crowds. Honorable mentions have got to be the ‘Hello’ singer Lionel Richie and no forgetting the ear soothing, Mary J. Blige.

The year of the break through Brit is continuing and how else could Glastonbury honor our great nation than giving them a unique set? Paloma Faith, George Ezra and budding songstress Ella Eyre are all scheduled to blow the crowd away this June and it’s no doubt this won’t be there last festival. Also, how could we forget Alt J and Pharrell Williams? The list is huge and the names go on, there just isn’t going to be a missed beat in sight.

On June 24th-28th, you’ll be able to witness music history being made and it is going to be a sure spectacle. Florence, from Florence + The Machine, has admitted she won’t be as bubbly on the stage this coming summer, due to breaking her foot at Coachella last week. The vocal star jumped off stage, only to notice in the week gone by that she’s done some serious damage, making for a less theatrical few months ahead. All credit to her for keeping her word and she will be striking you still with her stunning voice.

Always pushing boundaries, this national treasure of a venue is going from strength to strength. It’s no doubt they aren’t afraid to showcase a variety of talents, as well as some underrated ones. Glastonbury is set to be one of the highlights of the summer and it’s not one to be missed. So whether you’re sat on the sofa at home soaking up the action or actually lucky enough to be there, you’ll love every minute. Check out Ed Sheeran’s performance of ‘Sing’ at Glastonbury 2014 below…