Glastonbury Festival line-up clashes - you'll have to decide between these artists
Festivalgoers watch US metal band Metallica perform on the Pyramid Stage, on the second day of the Glastonbury Festival of Music and Performing Arts in Somerset, southwest England, on June 28, 2014 (Picture: Getty)

There isn’t long to go until Glastonbury 2017 is underway, with the festival opening its doors between June 21 and June 26.

The music will start on June 22, and the main stages will be around between June 23 and June 26.

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This year the lineup features Foo Fighters, Stormzy, Justice, Liam Gallagher, Ed Sheeran, Radiohead and many more.

Those wanting to plan ahead and make sure they get all their favourite acts in can do so by downloading the Glastonbury EE app, which is available for Android and iOS.

However, there are some clashes ahead, as major acts will be performing at the same time over the course of the festival.

Here are some examples…

Dizzee Rascal and Major Lazer both start at 10.30pm on Friday, with Radiohead also clashing as they start at 9.30pm.

Clean Bandit and Lorde will be starting at similar times on Friday, with Lorde beginning at 8.45pm and Clean Bandit starting their set at 9pm.

Katy Perry will be on at 6pm on Saturday – but Liam Gallagher starts at 5.45pm and Tove Lo is on at 6.10pm.

Foo Fighters are starting their set at 9.45pm that night, but Fatboy Slim will be starting before they’re done – with an 11pm set.

On Sunday, Ed Sheeran gets started at 9.45pm – but Justice will be starting their set 15 minutes later.

Looks like some tough decisions will be made when you’re compiling a lineup schedule.

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