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Glastonbury line-up times announced
Glastonbury Festival has announced the performance times for its 45 stages at this year's event.
To ensure that festivalgoers can access line-up as easily as possible while on the site, the event organisers have kept the timings page simple to ensure those viewing the page via the mobile phones are not subject to slow load times or high charges for data usage.
Gorillaz's Friday evening set is to last for one hour and 45 minutes, while Muse and Stevie Wonder are scheduled to play for 90 minutes each on the following days.
Acts will begin appearing on the Main Stage from 11:00 each day, with start times differing across the various stages and tents dotted around the grounds of the festival.Posted on 17 Jun 2010 14:54 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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