This year's Glastonbury Festival lineup boasts big names like Dua Lipa, Coldplay, and SZA headlining, marking a historic moment as female acts secure two of the three headline slots for the first time.

Adding to the star-studded roster, country music icon Shania Twain is set to grace the coveted "legend slot" on Sunday afternoon, expressing her excitement to participate in what's considered the pinnacle of festival performances.

The diverse lineup includes Brit Award-winning rapper Little Simz, who will perform before Coldplay, and Afrobeats sensation Burna Boy making his Pyramid Stage debut. Additionally, K-pop group Seventeen will make history as the first of their genre to perform on the main stage.

Traditional Glastonbury favorites such as Idles, Disclosure, and The National are slated to headline the Other Stage, while Sugababes will return to a larger stage, West Holts, after their successful reunion performance in 2022.

Making their Glastonbury debut, US pop stars Avril Lavigne and Camila Cabello will add to the festival's eclectic lineup.

The demand for tickets underscores the festival's enduring popularity, as tickets sold out within an hour of release in November.

The absence of Madonna, Bruce Springsteen, or Stevie Wonder from the Glastonbury lineup may disappoint some fans who anticipated their appearances. However, the final lineup reflects Glastonbury's commitment to diversifying after the all-male, all-rock headliners of 2023.

Dua Lipa's return to Glastonbury marks a significant milestone in her career trajectory. Seven years after her last performance at the festival, where she graced the smaller John Peel stage, she now headlines the Pyramid Stage. Since her last appearance, Dua Lipa has skyrocketed to international stardom, opening prestigious award shows like the Brits and the Grammys. Her upcoming headline set is anticipated to showcase her new album "Radical Optimism," described as a "confidently optimistic" record inspired by various musical genres.

Coldplay, veterans of Glastonbury, are set to make history by headlining the festival for the fifth time. Despite their long-standing relationship with the event, they haven't performed since 2016, citing discouraging comments about their previous appearances. However, they are back on the lineup, making Glastonbury their only European festival date on their current world tour.

SZA, relatively new to the music scene, emerges as a rising star among the headliners. With her album "SOS" dominating the charts and winning numerous awards, including Grammys and a Brit Award, SZA's recent arena tour received critical acclaim, hinting at a captivating performance at Glastonbury.

Country music icon Shania Twain, fresh from her successful Las Vegas residency, is set to deliver a memorable performance in the coveted "legend slot." Promising a setlist filled with her classic hits, Shania Twain is eager to create a lively sing-along atmosphere at the festival.

As Glastonbury opens its gates on June 26, anticipation builds for what promises to be an electrifying and diverse lineup of performances.