GLASTONBURY Festival has announced the line-up for Glasto Latino, featuring "a spicy recipe of night-time Latin fiestas and daytime dance classes". 

After successfully moving to the West Holts Field in 2019, Glasto Latino is "back with a bang for 2022".

Glastonbury Festival will take place between June 22 and June 26 after two years away due to the coronavirus pandemic. 

The festival had previously announced two area line-ups: The Field of Avalon, featuring McFly, Sugababes, and The Damned, and Silver Hayes, which will see Fatboy Slim return to Worthy Farm following his 2013 performance.

Now, Glastonbury Festival has announced the acts that will be performing at the Glasto Latino area on the Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday this year. 

Glasto Latino 2022 line-up



  • Cimafunk, "Cuba's latest sensation" 


  • Edwin Sanz (percussion), Alex Wilson (piano) and Omar Puente (violin) will join forces together with a hand-picked orchestra "in a special line-up"


  • Telmary, the "Queen of Cuban Hip-Hop" who, with her band HabanaSana, will bring "rap, funk, jazz, and soul on top of traditional Afro-Cuban rhythms".

Glastonbury 2022 line-up

The Glastonbury Festival full line-up is taking shape across Worthy Farm's different stages and areas following the release of the initial line-up poster earlier this year.

In October, Glastonbury Festival announced that Billie Eilish will be the Friday night headliner at this year's festival, making her the youngest-ever solo artist to top the bill. 

When she was announced, festival co-organiser Emily Eavis said: “We couldn’t be happier to announce that the wondrous Billie Eilish is headlining the Pyramid on the Friday at next year’s Glastonbury Festival, becoming the youngest solo headliner in our history.

“This feels like the perfect way for us to return and I cannot wait!”

Sir Paul McCartney will fill the Saturday night headline slot for the second time in his career, and Kendrick Lamar will bring the curtain down on the festival on the Sunday night. 

Diana Ross will perform at this year's festival in the Sunday afternoon legends slot, two years after she was first scheduled to perform. 

After it was announced that the festival could not be held last year, the organisers hosted Live at Worthy Farm, a livestreamed event featuring the likes of Coldplay, Wolf Alice, and George Ezra. 

Last night, the Live at Worthy Farm director, Paul Dugdale, won the BAFTA TV Craft Award in the Director: Multi-Camera category.