Bristol news All the details on how to watch Glastonbury Festival 2022 on TV PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - If you are unable to attend, you can watch live music performances from the comfort of your home

Bristol news All the details on how to watch Glastonbury Festival 2022 on TV PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - If you are unable to attend, you can watch live music performances from the comfort of your home

Bristol news  All the details on how to watch Glastonbury Festival 2022 on TV PremierLeague-News.Com
20 June 2022 - 11:00

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! The iconic Glastonbury Festival is just days away from making its highly anticipated comeback after two years. Hundreds of thousands of music fans are set to make their journey down to Worthy Farm on Wednesday, June 22 as the five-day festival gets underway. World-renowned acts such as Diana Ross, Sir Paul McCartney, Billie Eilish, Kendrick Lamar and many more are set to take to the Pyramid Stage over the weekend of live music. Whilst stars including Years and Years, Olivia Rodrigo, Pet Shop Boys and more will also be playing on the 'Other Stage'. But if you were unlucky enough to not get tickets to this year's event - which is the first time music acts and festival-goers will return to the site since 2019 - it doesn't mean you have to miss out on the excitement of the event. The BBC will be broadcasting live from the festival from Thursday and here are more details on how you can watch: Read more: Glastonbury Festival 2022 map shows what the site will look like What time is Glastonbury Festival 2022 on TV? There will be plenty of opportunity to watch Glastonbury Festival on your screens as the excitement from Worthy Farm gets underway. From Thursday, June 23 the BBC iPlayer will be launching a dedicated Glastonbury channel, which will provide a four day stream of live performances and preview programmes for viewers. More than 35 hours of coverage is promised to be broadcast across BBC's channels over the four days and it will be the first time the BBC has broadcast any music event in Ultra High Definition. Sets from the Pyramid Stage will be shown live in UHD over on the BBC iPlayer from Friday to Sunday. On Thursday, BBC Two will be airing a 30-minute special programme live from Worthy Farm from 10pm over on BBC Two and CBBC's Blue Peter will even be live from the festival on Friday from 5pm. Here's a breakdown of the coverage being show across the main BBC channels across the weekend: Friday: On Friday night, there will be coverage starting from 7pm over on BBC Three. Highlights will be shown from Sigrid and Griff's performances in the John Peel Tent on the first day of the festival. On BBC Four from 8pm, there will be highlights from Crowded House playing the Pyramid Stage followed by performances from Robert Plant & Alison Krauss at 8.30pm. Over on BBC Two from 9pm will be presenters Jo Whiley, Lauren Laverne and Clara Amfo live from Worthy Farm showing some of the highlights from the first day ahead of the headline act, Billie Eilish's performance starting at 10pm. BBC Three will be airing Little Simz set on the West Holts Stage from 10.

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. Saturday: Saturday's coverage from the live music event will start from 5pm on BBC Two, before moving to BBC One from 7pm with a set from Olivia Rodrigo. Over on BBC Four from 7pm Huw Stephens will be introducing a set from Celeste. Glastonbury coverage will then move back to BBC Two from 8pm preparing for 9pm, where there will be performances from Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds on the Pyramid Stage. At 10.30pm, tune back in to BBC One to watch The Beatles' star Paul McCartney take to the Pyramid Stage just a week after celebrating his 80th birthday. Meanwhile BBC Three will be showing sets from Holly Humberstone on the John Peel Stage and Glass Animals on the Other Stage from 8pm. Keep tuned in to BBC Three on Saturday night to watch sets from AJ Tracey, Pa Salieu, YungBlud, Burna Boy and Megan Thee Stallion. Sunday: The final day of coverage from Worthy Farm gets underway from 5pm on BBC Two before Diana Ross takes to the Pyramid Stage at 6.45pm over on BBC One. The final few acts including Elbow, Lorde and Kendrick Lamar will be broadcast on BBC Two from 9.30pm. BBC Three will be showing coverage of Declan McKenna on the Other Stage from 7pm and performances from Koffee on the West Holts Stage. Over on BBC Four, there will be performances from Kacey Musgraves and Herbie Hancock from 8pm followed by Angélique Kidjo and over on the Park Stage, JARV IS will be performing. From 10pm Pet Shop Boys will be playing the Other Stage. Read More Related Articles Glastonbury Festival 2022 traffic: Travel chaos predicted amid rail strikes Read More Related Articles Fundraiser for Glastonbury fan with weeks to live beats £12k goal

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