- Bicep, Avalon Emerson, Midland, Peach, Seth Troxler and more will play the venue's last stand at Worthy Farm.
Beat Hotel has revealed that it will not return to Glastonbury after this year's festival.
Taking part in the massive UK festival since 2011, Beat Hotel will say goodbye to Worthy Farm. Last year, Beat Hotel announced a new Marrakech festival, which took place this past March and will return for a second edition in 2020.
For its final turn at Glastonbury, Beat Hotel will host Bicep, Avalon Emerson, Midland, Palms Trax, Seth Troxler, DJ Tennis, Jon Hopkins, Greg Wilson, Peach, Job Jobse, CC:DISCO!, Auntie Flo, Maribou State and Mafalda. Back-to-back sets will come from Lovefingers & Heidi Lawden, Éclair Fifi & Fort Romeau and Daniel Avery & HAAi.
Glastonbury runs from Wednesday, June 26th through Monday, July 1st. This year's lineup features Stormzy, Kylie Minogue and Janet Jackson among the headliners, as well as Chemical Brothers, Kamasi Washington and Santigold. The Silver Hayes area will see Four Tet, Peggy Gou, Jayda G and more, and The Common will host Eris Drew, Sherelle and Fabio & Grooverider, among others.
Arcadia has named Andy C, The Black Madonna and Charlotte de Witte on the lineup for its new Pangea stage. Block9 also has a new stage, IICON, with performances from Okzharp & Manthe Ribane, Laurel Halo & Kode9, Batu and more, whereas its NYC Downlow and Genosys areas will present the likes of Prosumer, Mr. Fingers and Randomer.
See Beat Hotel's full Glastonbury lineup.