The Main Stage with BBC Music

Our largest stage is an eclectic beast. It's played host to some of the greatest artists of all time over the years, spanning the genres and the decades of a huge and multi-talented range of luminaries. The Wilderness Main Stage, with BBC Music this year

The Saturday Night Spectacle: The Sacred Triangle with Chris Levine and IY_Project with Sound Design by Marco Perry & Dave Clayton

Gather your friends. Hold your breath. Prepare for the communal experience and wonder of our Saturday Night Spectacle. In previous years we've burned, balanced, tiptoed on flaming wire, marched, hung from cranes, crouched at the feet of giants, sung and h

Two Door Cinema Club

Some bands peer into the abyss. Others dive in headfirst. Others still find the abyss grows inch-by-inch around them, and only the greatest bands climb out. This last of these scenarios is the story of Two Door Cinema Club, from the outside one of the gre

Grace Jones

Grace Jones is a polymayth; a shape-shifting anomaly. The singer, songwriter, lyricist, supermodel, record producer and actress is a true original: always controversial and exciting, constantly surprising and never anything less than totally amazing. Born


Simon Green, aka Bonobo is one of those artists that spans genres and styles. At times lush and beautiful, at others frenetic, heady and dancefloor facing: we couldn't be more excited to welcome him to the Main Stage stage for an epic live show. His early

First Aid Kit

"Nothing gold can stay." So says Robert Frost, at once encompassing everything from man's fall from innocence and the fleeting nature of beauty to lost love and ultimately death.  It was that line that caught Klara Söderberg, who along with her sister Joh

Michael Kiwanuka

The soul singing, Curtis Mayfield-compared Michael Kiwanuka won the BBC's 2012 Sound of 2012. But he was already well on the way by then - snapped up by Communion in 2011, then joining Adele on her world tour in the same year. Jump to the present day - an

Toots and The Maytals

Toots and the Maytals is a legend of Ska and Reggae. His sound is a unique, original combination of Gospel, Ska, Soul, Reggae and Rock. Frederick "Toots" Hibbert grew up singing gospel music in a church choir, meeting Henry "Raleigh" Gordon and Nathaniel


After hearing her lithe, fairytale-reminiscent songs, perhaps it wouldn’t surprise you to learn that AURORA (born Aurora Aksnes) hails from a Norwegian city with a name that translates to “Fjord of Lights.” Or that when she was six, the future singer/song


Delivering the brash honesty of rap music, with her unique blend of soul and R&B spirit, Ray BLK weaves between genre boundaries, borrowing the elements she requires to reach her goals. “I feel proud when my music connects with people,” says the 22-ye

Hudson Taylor

Irish duo, brothers Harry and Alfie, released their long awaited debut album “Singing for Strangers” in 2015. The multi-instrumentalists had honed their craft busking on the streets of their hometown of Dublin as well as all over Europe; the albums name f

Louis Berry

“Most music today is cheap. I don’t want to write a nursery rhyme which sounds like it’s being sung by a 14-year old. I found a strength in music which used to be a fear. Now I want to be an icon for people like me, from my background, from those communit