Glastonbury 2019 Weather: Will There Be Rain Or Shine For Your Favourite Acts?

Will it rain down on headliners Stormzy, The Killers and The Cure?

You’ve dusted off your old tent, done your booze run and are now ready to enjoy another Glastonbury, but one question still remains – what will the weather be like?

Well, despite early forecasts suggesting it would have been wise to stock up on the waterproofs, things are starting to look up as the sun is seemingly heading to Worthy Farm in Somerset too.

But if you’re looking more specifically at what the weather is predicted to do when your favourite acts take to each of the stages, we’ve got you covered...


Sam Fender – 15.15 to 16.00 (John Peel)

Sam Fender
Sam Fender
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You can look forward to sunny intervals with a moderate breeze as the Brits Critics Choice winner takes to the John Peel stage.

In fact, there’s even a chance the clouds might part completely towards the end of his set to give blazing sunshine, with temperatures also set to hover around the 24ºc mark.

Stormzy – 22.15 to 23.45 (Pyramid)

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We’re pleased to report it will not be stormy for Stormzy, with clear skies expected as he plays his first-ever headline set at the festival.

It will probably be a rather muggy night though, as temperatures will drop no lower than 19ºc during his set.


Janet Jackson – 17.45 to 18.35 (Pyramid)

Lizzo – 17.30 to 18.30 (West Holts)

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We don’t envy anyone having to choose between seeing Janet and Lizzo on Saturday afternoon, but the silver lining is that the sun will be beating down on both of them.

There will only be the odd cloud as the play their respective stages, with temperatures also at 24ºc.

The Killers – 21.45 to 23.45 (Pyramid)

The Chemical Brothers – 22.15 to 23.45 (Other)

Sean Paul – 22.30 to 23.45 (John Peel)

The Killers
The Killers
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Similarly, there’s a lot to choose from as the evening goes on, with three massive headliners across the various stages.

And much like Friday night, there’s minimal chances of any rain, and while it will be around 19ºc, there will be some gentle breeze to help you cool off.


Kylie Minogue – Sunday 15.45 to 17.00 (Pyramid)

Kylie Minogue
Kylie Minogue
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While Kylie is undoubtedly the sunniest person in pop, currently it doesn’t look like the weather will reflect that during her long-awaited Glastonbury set.

The forecast for Sunday afternoon predicts clouds with a temperature of 20ºc, and it will also feel more humid than the previous two days.

The Cure – 21.30 to 23.30 (Pyramid)

Janelle Monáe – 21.45 to 23.15 (West Holts)

Christine And The Queens – 22.00 to 23.15 (Other)

Janelle Monae
Janelle Monae

That humidity will increase further into Sunday evening as the curtain comes down on Glastonbury for another year, but the good news is that the chances of rain are still very low.

All information was taken from BBC Weather and was accurate at the time of publishing.

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