GLASTONBURY Festival has unveiled its full 2022 line-up featuring over 3,000 performers across dozens of stages. 

The announcement on the festival's official website confirms the likes of Sam Fender, Wolf Alice, Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds, Haim, AJ Tracey, Lorde, Elbow, and Herbie Hancock will perform on the Pyramid Stage alongside the headline acts. 

Billie Eilish will start her Friday night headline set at 10:15pm following performances from Fender, Robert Plant & Alison Krauss, Wolf Alice, Crowded House, Rufus Wainwright, and Ziggy Marley.

Former Beatle Sir Paul McCartney's two-hour plus performance will begin at 9:30pm on Saturday night after sets from Gallagher, Haim, AJ Tracey, Easy Life, Joy Crookes, and Les Amazones D'Afrique. 

American rapper Kendrick Lamar will bring the curtain down on the festival with a 90-minute set starting at 9:45pm on Sunday night. 

New Zealand singer Lorde - who played The Other Stage in 2017 - and Elbow will take to main stage before Lamar.  

'I'm Coming Out' and 'Endless Love' singer Diana Ross will fill the one-hour Sunday legends slot at 5:45pm.

Ukrainian folk quartet Dakhabrakha will bring their combination of “the musical styles of several ethnic groups” to the festival's main stage on Sunday afternoon.

Jazz musician Herbie Hancock, 82, and award-winning brass band Black Dyke will also perform on the Pyramid on Sunday. 

The announcement also confirms that The Other Stage will be headlined by Foals (Friday night), Megan Thee Stallion (Saturday), and Pet Shop Boys (Sunday).

Sour singer and triple Grammy winner Olivia Rodrigo will take to the stage on Saturday afternoon alongside Glass Animals.

Rock band The Libertines have been added to the bill for Friday.

The line-up for the John Peel stage has also been revealed, featuring headliners Primal Scream, Jamie T, and Charli XCX.

Sigrid, Phoebe Bridgers, Griff, and Girl in Red will also perform on the stage for up-and-coming artists on Friday, while Yungblud, Little Dragon, Clairo, and BRIT Rising Star Award winner Holly Humberstone are among those scheduled for Saturday and Sunday.

Some slots have been left empty in the full schedule - including an evening slot at The Park Stage and an afternoon slot on the John Peel - with rumours circulating that Harry Styles, Taylor Swift, or Elton John could make an unexpected appearance.

EE's official Glastonbury 2022 app is expected to go live in the next few days, allowing festivalgoers to plan their personal line-ups.

You can see the full line-up and timetable HERE