Blur frontman Damon Albarn and chart toppers The Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Choir have been added to the final Glastonbury line-up.
Damon and the choir will play on the festival's main Pyramid Stage in the earliest slots of the day on the Friday and Saturday.
Damon, who has headlined the festival with Blur, will be joined by the Orchestra of Syrian Musicians, as well as other guests.
Other acts added to the bill include Tame Impala, who will play before Adele's headlining set on the Saturday night, and French singer Christine & The Queens, who will play on the Other Stage.
Muse and Coldplay will be the other headliners at the festival on Worth Farm, Somerset.
Dance acts Disclosure, New Order and LCD Soundsystem will headline the Other Stage, while Underworld, James Blake and Earth, Wind and Fire will headline the West Holts stage.
Glastonbury Festival takes place from June 22 to 26, with musicians performing on the stages from June 24.