GLASTONBURY Festival has unveiled its first area line-up.

On March 14, the festival revealed the first acts who will perform on the main stages, featuring headliners Dua Lipa, Coldplay and SZA.

Now, organisers have shared the bill for the Acoustic Stage, the festival's “home of blues, folk, contemporary and country music”, making it the first full area line-up to be made public.

The stage will open on Friday and see performances from The Bootleg Beatles, Scouting For GirlsTanita Tikaram, Dervish, Stornoway, Josh Rouse, Angie McMahon, John Smith and The Burma.

There will also be a set from Red Hot Chilli Pipers, a Red Hot Chili Peppers cover band.

On Saturday, there will be performances by Ocean Colour Scene, Ralph McTell, Russell Crowe's Indoor Garden Party, The Manfreds, Albert Lee, Fun Lovin' Crime Writers, Paul Casey, Jessie Reid, Ryan McMullan and Jada Star.

The stage will close on Sunday with sets by Gipsy King, Judy Collins, London Community Gospel Choir, Songwriters Arc, Bernard Butler, Michele Stodart, Frankie Archer and Toby Lee.

A finalist in the Emerging Talent Competition will also take to the stage.

Glastonbury Festival will be held Worthy Farm in Pilton from Wednesday, June 26 to Sunday, June 30.

Full line-ups are expected to be published across some of Glastonbury's biggest stages such as Woodsies, Avalon, West Holts, Silver Hayes and The Park.

The Theatre and Circus Field will also have a host of performers, while activities for children will be unveiled on the Kidzfield poster.