The (almost) complete line-up for this year’s Glastonbury has been revealed by the festival’s organisers – except for the third and final headliner on the Sunday night.

The likes of Florence + The Machine, Pharrell Williams and The Chemical Brothers are among the picks of the main body of the festival, and they’ll join the already announced headliners Foo Fighters (on Friday) and Kanye West (on Saturday). Lionel Richie has also been confirmed in the traditional Sunday afternoon ‘legend’ slot.

Florence WelchFlorence + The Machine is just one of dozens of acts to be confirmed as playing at Glastonbury 2015

The official Glastonbury Twitter account, operated by Emily Eavis, the daughter of Worthy Farm’s owner Michael Eavis, put up a picture of the official 2015 festival poster on Tuesday evening.

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Alt-J, Motorhead, Patti Smith, Belle & Sebastian, Death Cab For Cutie, The Vaccines, Ryan Adams, Paloma Faith, Super Furry Animals, Clean Bandit, Enter Shikari and Ben Howard were some of the others revealed.

Is that not enough for you? OK: deadmau5, Suede, Mark Ronson, Mary J. Blige, Alabama Shakes, Jessie Ware, Father John Misty, Hot Chip, Flying Lotus, Run The Jewels, Future Islands, Caribou, FKA twigs, Sharon Van Etten, Azealia Banks, Charli XCX, La Roux, Jon Hopkins, Jamie xx, Courtney Barnett, Todd Terje and Rudimental are also on the list.

The massively popular festival is held on June 24th-28th at Worthy Farm in Somerset. Tickets sold out in a matter of minutes when they went on sale back in October, but the general resale is due to begin at 9am on Sunday April 19th. Good luck if you want to try that method!

As for the identity of the final headliner – the rumour mill has thrown up a reunited Led Zeppelin as a possibility. That would of course be totally epic, but unlikely. Who do you want to see as the closing spectacle of the festival?

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