GLASTONBURY Festival has announced the 2022 line-up for The Park, featuring Wet Leg, Jessie Ware, Four Tet, and Arlo Parks.

Other artists and bands confirmed for The Park Stage include Jarv Is..., Mitski, Big Thief, and the Avalanches.

Former Radio 1 DJ Annie Mac and current early breakfast show presenter Arielle Free are among the acts that will take to The Stonebridge Bar. 

The Park also hosts the Free University of Glastonbury, which will host Birmingham Yardley MP Jess Phillips and satirist Cold War Steve among others.

The Park's line-up announcement page said: “We’re excited to announce The Park’s spectacular line-up for this year’s Festival!

“Perched high above the site, above Arcadia’s fiercesome, fire-breathing spider and looking out towards the Tor, The Park is a kaleidoscopic wonderland of genre-defying, synapse-sparking dionysian pleasurement.”

The stage's page on the Glastonbury website adds: “Impeccably curated, anything goes here: it’s where funk and soul, psych and punk, electro and pop merge to glorious effect and you’ll find, among esteemed others: Four Tet and Jessie Ware; Wet Leg and The Avalanches; Arlo Parks and Squid.”

Glastonbury Festival 2022: The Park Stage line-up confirmed

In October, festival organisers confirmed that Billie Eilish will become the youngest-ever solo headliner when she takes to the Pyramid Stage on the Friday night. 

Former Beatle Sir Paul McCartney will headline on Saturday night for the second time in his career before American rapper Kendrick Lamar brings the curtain down on Sunday night. 

Other confirmed stage line-ups include The Field of Avalon (McFly, Sugababes, and The Damned) and Silver Hayes (featuring Fatboy Slim). 

This year's Glasto Latino and Shangri-La performers have also been confirmed, while comedians including Nish Kumar, Josh Widdicombe, Kerry Godliman, and Jonathan Pie will take to the stage in the Theatre and Circus Fields

Glastonbury Emerging Talent Competition winner Lewis McLaughlin will perform on the Acoustic Stage alongside Jacqui Abbott, The Waterboys, Suzanne Vega, Scouting for Girls, and Tony Christie. 

The Croissant Neuf area will feature artists including Steve Knightley and Seth Lakeman, Sam Lee, TC & The Groove Family, and The Longest Johns.

Other big names confirmed on Glastonbury full line-up include Lorde, Olivia Rodrigo, Sam Fender, Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds, and Pet Shop Boys.