Watch live performances straight from the Pyramid Stage, Other Stage, West Holts, John Peel, Park Stage as well as the best new talent on the BBC Introducing Stage all on the BBC Glastonbury website.
Over 100 video performances are available for 30 days after the festival. BBC iPlayer and BBC’s Glastonbury website are home to the performances, teamed up with photos, special features and exclusive Tipi Sessions.
BBC Two will broadcast from Glastonbury over the weekend, including performances from this year’s headliners. James, Underworld, New Order and festival extras will be shown on BBC Four. Here’s the TV schedule.
Get your personal slice of Glastonbury with the BBC Music app straight to your phone with exclusive live performances, interviews and playlists from the artists you love. Here’s how to download the app.
BBC Radio will broadcast over 50 hours of coverage this year. BBC Radio 1, BBC Radio 1Xtra, BBC Radio 2 and BBC 6 Music are the stations that will host the coverage; presenting full sets, tracks and day highlights.
Trevor Nelson will offer listeners Adele’s headline set, live on Radio 2 at 9pm, Saturday 25th June. Coldplay’s set will be played live on Radio 2 at 9pm, Sunday 26th June. Here’s the radio schedule.
International watchers can access exclusive video content on the BBC Glastonbury website. Over 120 tracks and performance highlights from all artists will be available. BBC Music’s Tepee sessions are included for viewers outside the UK.