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How to live stream Glastonbury 2023

How to live stream Glastonbury 2023

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The biggest festival in the UK Glastonbury is back this weekend and the BBC as ever are broadcasting live coverage all weekend.

Expect to see headliners like Arctic Monkeys, Elton John, Lizzo and Guns ‘n’ Roses, and likely based off the below coverage – performances from Blondie, Lewis Capaldi, Sophie Ellis Bextor, Lil Nas X, Fred Again.., Lana Del Rey, Central Cee, Carly Rae Jepson, QOTSA, The War On Drugs, Young Fathers, Loyle Carner, Candi Staton, Christine & The Queens, Hozier, Caroline Polachek, Sparks, The Pretenders, Thundercat and Alison Golfrapp among many others.

The Churnups are listed on the main stage Friday after 6pm and is almost certainly Foo Fighters. Dave Grohl has been spotted on site at Worthy Farm too.

See the full timetable from Glastonbury 2023.

Who are the Irish acts flying the flag?

Online

There are six live channel streams on the BBC iPlayer, with streams from the five major stages – Pyramid Stage, Other Stage, West Holts, Park Stage, Woodies and a Glasto live cam. Plus highlights channels on the iPlayer too.

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Of course those outside the UK need a really good VPN to be able to watch the online coverage.

TV

The BBC will be broadcasting live coverage across on BBC One, Two, Three and Four, covering the headliners and highlights from the smaller stages. 


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