The festival, which has been active for over 40 years and has been voted the world’s number one events, boasts a number of key arenas which showcase star talent.
This year’s headline acts include Kanye West, Foo Fighters, Pharrell Williams and The Who and attracts in excess of 185,000 patrons.
Garlin, from Trinidad and Tobago, will be lining up alongside his wife, Fay Ann Lyons and acclaimed production outfit Jus Now, who have collaborated with Bunji on a number of tracks including Truck On The Road and Tun Up.
The Trinidad takeover takes place on the Gully Stage on June 26.
“Playing in Glastonbury will be a special moment for me not only as I get to present the culture of Trinidad and Tobago from a certain and maybe different perspective but also because I don't get to do it alone as in most cases in occasions like these with artistes from Trinidad and Tobago,” Garlin said.
The soca star’s popularity in the UK has been at an all time high, with his sold out London show last year as well as record levels of radio play across the board with a number of hit singles from his album Differentology.
“Since my first appearance on stage in the UK in 1999 I felt connected to the audience and we also have lots of my friends from back in Trinidad who live out here so we always always always feel welcomed and received as family," Garlin added.
Before heading to Glastonbury, Bunji Garlin and Fay Ann Lyons will also be headlining their own show at The Coronet in London.