When will Glastonbury 2019 be on TV?

If you didn’t get a ticket, do not worry! BBC One, BBC Two and BBC Four will once again be broadcasting over 30 hours of Glastonbury, as the three channels come live from Worthy Farm throughout the whole festival weekend.

Plus, also on BBC One, there will be a special edition of The One Show from the site on the evening of Friday 28 June. On the Friday evening on BBC Two the first of two programmes that evening will reflect shows and stories from day one of the festival whilst the second will bring viewers all the action from the Pyramid Stage as Stormzy performs his headline set. T

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here will be more coverage on BBC Two on Saturday afternoon and on Saturday evening the channel will be bringing audiences the full headline set from The Killers. On Sunday, BBC One will broadcast Kylie Minogue’s show in the legendary tea-time slot and BBC Two will broadcast the full set from The Cure later that evening. BBC Four will provide extensive and discerning coverage of highlights, plus live footage from key sets across the weekend, taking viewers to The Other Stage, West Holts, The Park, The John Peel Stage and, of course, the legendary Pyramid Stage.

BBC Four’s immersive, curated coverage kicks off on Friday night with a set from Tame Impala and then runs all Saturday and Sunday evening, offering highlights and whole sets from across the festival including performances from The Chemical Brothers, Janelle Monae and Christine & The Queens.

Online, BBC iPlayer will be streaming over 100 performances from across the main stages at Glastonbury, which viewers can access on their computers, tablets, mobiles and connected TVs. Performances on the Pyramid, Other, John Peel, Park and West Holts stages will be streamed live all weekend on iPlayer, with highlights available for 30 days after broadcast. Highlights from the UKs best emerging artists, performing on the BBC Music Introducing stage will also be available online. For those looking for all the biggest names in one place, look out for the Must Watch Glastonbury stream, for back to back star sets from across the stages on one continuous stream.

There will also be exclusive backstage shows and pictures from the weekend on the BBC’s Glastonbury website, as well as the BBC’s famous Glastocam which is currently live, allowing viewers to follow the on-site progress as Worthy Farm prepares to welcome the biggest artists in the world. Red Button brings viewers highlights from 2019’s most talked about sets throughout the weekend.