Dua Lipa, SZA, and Shania Twain will headline Glastonbury in June.

London — The 200,000 music aficionados attending this year's Glastonbury Festival will experience something new regardless of the weather.

Two female artists will headline two of the three evenings for the first time since the festival began in 1970. American rapper SZA will close the Pyramid Stage on Sunday after British singer Dua Lipa headlines on Friday.

The lineup for the world's most famous music festival, held at Worthy Farm in southwest England from June 26 to 30, was released Thursday. On Saturday, Coldplay will headline the main stage for the first time since 2016. Coldplay will headline Glastonbury five times, one more than The Cure.

Dua Lipa announced her first Pyramid Stage appearance a day after announcing her first album in four years, “Radical Optimism,” for May. She looks enthusiastic about the prospect, according to her Instagram post.

“This is my lifelong dream. Something from my wildest dreams and highest manifestations! “I am so excited to see you all in my favorite place on earth and make it a night to remember!” she added.

On Sunday afternoon, Canadian singer Shania Twain will perform as a legend. Five-time Grammy winner sells over 100 million records. It will be beautiful at sunset. I've watched other performances and am planning my outfit. “All that exciting stuff,” she told BBC.

Following Lyme disease that left her voiceless for 15 years, Twain's comeback is remarkable. In 2017, she released “Now.” After the terrible sickness ruined her voice, she had open throat surgery the following year. She begins her third Las Vegas residency this year.

LCD Soundsystem, Little Simz, Burna Boy, Cyndi Lauper, and Olivia Dean are also scheduled. Many more will be named in the following weeks. The festival is sold out, but canceled or returned 365-pound ($465) tickets will go on sale in April. Everyone attending Glastonbury will hope this year's event is scorching hot rather than the mud baths of previous years.

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