Glastonbury 2024 is in full swing and whether you’re attending or watching from home, you might get to see some secret acts.

The festival is always a popular one with thousands of people waiting for their favourite artists to take to the stage.

With various stages at Worthy Farm, there’s no shortage of performances and you might even get to see some secret acts.

Who will play the Woodsies secret set at Glastonbury on Saturday, June 29?

Kasabian has confirmed on its official X, formerly Twitter account, that it will be performing as one of the secret acts this evening (June 29).

Updating fans on the platform, the band shared a message, saying: “It’s Happening!

“See you 6pm at Woodsies @glastonbury”.

Along with the message, the band posted a sign detailing the show as well as a sped-up video of them on their way to the music festival.

While Kasabian are confirmed as one of the secret acts, there are still some rumours about who could be turning up and playing at Glastonbury this year.

Previously, Lad Bible rounded up all the artists that are rumoured to be playing secret sets at the festival, including:

  • Kings Of Leon
  • Pulp
  • The Killers
  • Green Day
  • The XX

Keane has hinted that Lily Allen could be joining them on stage for their set tonight but fans will have to wait and see who ends up performing.

The ITV website explains that there are rumours suggesting that Sam Smith could be the secret act that will perform tonight.

You can follow our live blog for Glastonbury updates on Saturday here.

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Taylor Swift fans have also suggested she could play at Glastonbury as she's recently been on her UK leg of the Eras Tour.

Swift is due to perform in Dublin on Sunday, June 30 but fans have suggested she could use her private jet to get her to Somerset to perform. 

The Spice Girls are also rumoured to be a secret act that will perform at Glastonbury 2024.

How to watch Glastonbury 2024

Glastonbury 2024 continues today but will end on Sunday, June 30.

Viewers at home can watch the Glastonbury coverage on BBC Two from 5pm tonight.