Glastonbury clashfinder: the worst clashes on 2017's line-up

Stormzy and Solange, who are both playing at the same time at Glastonbury
Stormzy and Solange, who are both playing at the same time at Glastonbury

Great news: you've got a Glastonbury ticket, a theoretically weatherproof tent and enough glitter to cover a petting zoo. There's only a matter of days before the first act strikes up on the Pyramid Stage, and the only remaining mysteries on the line-up are a few secret sets, which glimmer with potential. 

But there can be too much of a good thing, and Glastonbury has this in spades. With roughly 60 venues (there are so many, with some of such an amorphous nature that even the organisers struggle to give an exact number) and hundreds of acts, it is impossible to see everything. And so, every festival-goer's nightmare duly ensues: The Clash.

Lorde, who is playing Glastonbury on the Friday night Credit: PA

Whether you're torn between Stormzy and Solange (both playing Saturday at 8.30pm on different sides of the site), Lorde and Anderson Paak (who are simultaneously striking up a 30-minute walk away from each other on Friday) or don't know whether to dance to Justice or Metronomy on Sunday night, the Glastonbury line-up is rife with colliding acts.

To make the choice a little less painful, we've listed all of the acts from the main stages in our clashfinder tool below. If in doubt, follow your gut – and remember that venues that offer respite from the rain will be rammed if the heavens open.