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Glastonbury’s Sunday lineup features both modern artists at the peak of their career and legends of the music industry who’ve been performing for decades.
The final day of the world’s most iconic music festival (Coachella fans may disagree) will feature a number of captivating artists.
Diana Ross begins her set at 4pm. The 78 year old has had success in the music industry since the late 1950s and has released classics such as; I’m Coming Out, Upside Down and Endless Love.
Ross’ set is expected to last for about an hour and a quarter and will finish at around quarter past five.
Rock band Elbow will also be performing. The British band, led by charismatic frontman Guy Garvey, found fame with hits including One Day Like This and Grounds For Divorce. Elbow will perform an hour long set from 5:45 to 6:45.
Years & Years is the solo project of British singer Olly Alexander. In March 2021 band members Mikey Goldsworthy and Emre Türkmen stepped down leaving Olly Alexander as the last remaining member. Alexander will be performing hits such as King and Shine between 7:45 and 8:45 on Sunday.
The Pet Shop Boys is comprised of the English duo, Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe, they’ve sold over 100 million records worldwide since beginning their career in the early 1980s and will be performing between 9:45 and 11:45.
Lorde begins her set at 7:30. Despite being just 25 the New Zealander has already released three studio albums. Her set concludes at 8:45.
Kendrick Lamar will be closing Glastonbury 2022. The American will be making his Glastonbury debut, yet another highlight in a very successful career.
The fourteen time Grammy award winning artist will begin his set at 9:45 and will finish at 11:15.
With a great final day planned and perfect weather expected, this year’s Glastonbury may well be one of the best yet.
You'll able to catch all the action Live on the BBC's TV channels or on Iplayer
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