The Damned will play on the Avalon ground at Glastonbury Festival 2022

the damnedImelda May, Sugababes and John Cooper Clarke were announced for this year’s Field Of Avalon line-up at Glastonbury Festival 2022.

Worthy Farm event organizers shared a poster for the stage this morning, which also features Lamb, The Hoosiers and McFly.

The Field Of Avalon line-up joins headliners Billie Eilish, Paul McCartney and Kendrick Lamar for the party, which will take place from June 22 to 26.

It will be Glastonbury’s first edition since 2019, with both the 2020 (which is expected to be headlined by McCartney, Lamar and Taylor Swift) and 2021 festivals canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Other names already confirmed for the Glastonbury 2022 lineup include LordeFoals, Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, Sam Fender, Megan Thee Stallion, Charli XCX, Arlo Parks, Haim, Blossoms, Beabadoobee, Olivia Rodrigo, Girl In Red, Megan Thee Stallion, Fountains DC, Elbow, Pet Shop Boys, Phoebe Bridgers, IDLES, St. Vincent, Wolf Alice, Self Esteem, Sleaford Mods, Turnstile and The Jesus and Mary Chain. Diana RossMeanwhile, has already been confirmed for this year’s “Legends” slot.

Other artists who have already been confirmed for this year’s festival include crowded house and Courtney Barnett.

Little Simz was also previously announced to headline the West Holts scene. The rapper last performed on stage in 2016 for a mid-afternoon set. She previously performed at the Worthy Farm, Somerset festival in 2019 when she took to the park stage.

Meanwhile, Paul McCartney recently admitted he still hasn’t planned his next title at Glastonbury. The iconic former member of The Beatles told his official website, “Yeah, to tell you the truth, we don’t know exactly what we’re going to do yet, but we’re definitely planning to have a few tricks up our sleeve…”

McCartney previously headlined the Pyramid Stage in 2004. Speaking of that performance, he continued, “My fondest memory is when we came out on stage, when we played there in 2004. The size of the crowd, the banners and flags that they all hold up which reminded me of the Battle of Agincourt.

Jan G. Gilbert