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This year's Pilton Party will be held at Worthy Farm, Pilton on Friday, September 6. Joining headliner Example are Miles Kane, Temples and All Us Authors.
Rapper Elliot John Gleave, takes his stage name Example from his initials EG.
Example first found success with the release of his second studio album, Won't Go Quietly, which peaked at number 4 on the UK Albums Chart and followed his debut album What We Made.
His third album Playing in the Shadows was released in September 2011 and debuted at number one on the UK Album Charts with two number 1 singles, Changed the Way You Kiss Me and Stay Awake
His fourth album, The Evolution of Man was released last year.
Miles Kane was in bands The Rascals and continues to work with The Last Shadow Puppets while also pursuing a solo career.
Inspired by a classic, smart 1960s Mod theme he signed with Columbia Records and began recording his solo album with Dan Carey and Dan the Automator, who had previously worked with Gorillaz and Kasabian.
Two albums have followed, Colour of the Trap in 2011 and this year's Don't Forget Who You Are, which was released in June debuting at number 8 in the UK charts.
Temples are an English psychedelic rock band formed in Northamptonshire in 2012 by singer-guitarist James Edward Bagshaw and bassist Thomas Edison Warmsley.
The duo uploaded four self produced tracks to YouTube which caught the attention of Heavenly Recordings founder Jeff Barrett who agreed to release the band's debut single Shelter Song in November 2012.
They then enlisted fellow Kettering residents drummer Sam Toms and keyboard player Adam Smith and Temples released their second single Colours To Life in June.
Pilton Party raises £40,000 for the village. It has been going for around 30 years and was originally attached to Pilton Village Show.
Glastonbury festival founder Michael Eavis described its main purpose as a fundraiser for the village. Unlike the festival Pilton Party is held every year.
Tickets can be ordered by calling 01458 834596 on weekdays between 8.30am to 4pm. There is a £1.50 transaction fee per credit card order.
Tickets need to be collected in person from the festival office in Northload Street, Glastonbury, seven working days after ordering.