Worried you've missed your chance to see Ed Sheeran on the Pyramid stage or the Grime take over on the Other stage? Fear not. Here are 6 ways we're bringing Glastonbury to you...
Choose between a choice of 6 stages right here on the BBC Glastonbury website, BBC iPlayer or by pressing the red button on your connected TV throughout the Glastonbury weekend. We'll be bringing you the stages directly to you: Pyramid Stage ⚡️ Other Stage ⚡️ West Holts ⚡️ John Peel Stage ⚡️ Park Stage and the BBC Music Introducing stage all live ⚡️
Can't decide which stage is for you? Then watch our BEST OF GLASTONBURY stream here on the BBC Glastonbury site too.
If you don’t have a connected TV, you can still press the red button on your remote control at these times over the weekend and you can watch three Glastonbury red button streams, which will show highlights from 120 bands:
- Friday 23rd June 1930-0130
- Saturday 24th June 1730-0100
- Sunday 25th June 1800-2400
We'll have full sets from over 90 artists - that's a whole lot of hours, days even, to binge on. We're talking Radiohead, the Foos, Katy Perry, Biffy Clyro, Clean Bandit, Dizzee Rascal, The Jacksons sets on tap.
More still we'll have over 120 hits from your favourite Glastonbury artists. So if you want to go from Stormzy to Chic to Lorde in your tea break - consider it done.
...from the BBC's treetop studio! They'll be reporting straight from Worthy Farm HQ with the headline sets as well as some stripped back performances and their infamous interviews with all the headliners.
The whole BBC Radio gang will be firing off Glastonbury goodness from the weekend across the airwaves. That's Radio 1, 1Xtra, Radio 2, Radio 3 and 6 Music will all be broadcasting live over the weekend.
As well as that we'll have clips from your favourite shows and interviews all right here too.
Immerse yourself in the virtual mud of our features and articles, where we'll be digging deep (perhaps not just metaphorically) to bring you the best stories from around the farm. We'll have the most intense photos too with action shots pouring in from all 6 stages as well as our eyes on the ground.
All this will be available from bbc.co.uk/glastonbury