Glastonbury 2024 from home: The BBC full streaming guide

The broadcaster will also provide its regular live streams from the five main stages
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For those who didn't manage to secure Glastonbury tickets, there's still the opportunity to enjoy your favourite acts from the comfort of your own home. The renowned festival is set to return to the fields of Worthy Farm in Somerset later this month.

The line-up includes confirmed acts such as Dua Lipa, Coldplay and Shania Twain, among many others. The BBC will be providing official coverage of the festival, offering a wealth of content for music enthusiasts from now until Sunday, June 30.

The BBC's programming can be accessed via iPlayer, BBC Sounds, television, radio, and online, including its continuous Classic Glastonbury channel that broadcasts 24/7. This channel will feature back-to-back highlights from some of the most memorable Glastonbury performances, including Elton John's final show last year.

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From midday Friday (June 28) until Sunday night, the BBC will also host a special Glastonbury Channel on iPlayer, offering a constant stream of live events, interviews, and exclusive behind-the-scenes footage. This year, the BBC has introduced Glastonbury Channel II, a festival-specific edition, showcasing the day's most popular acts.

In addition, the broadcaster will offer its usual live streams from the five main stages - the Pyramid Stage, Other Stage, Park Stage, West Holts, and Woodsies. Performances at the Pyramid Stage will also be broadcasted in British Sign Language throughout the weekend, reports Bristol Live.

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The One Show is set to get the Glastonbury festivities rolling on BBC One come Friday 28 June at 7pm, with a special programme that celebrates the festival's history and connects live to Glastonbury 2024. After a weekend filled with performances broadcast across the BBC's television channels, BBC Two will capture the essence of the event with a Glastonbury 2024 highlights show.

Lorna Clarke, BBC Director of Music, commented: "The BBC's coverage of Glastonbury is one of the biggest jewels in the BBC's pop crown and we're evolving our programming to bring audiences many ways to enjoy the festival across our platforms it's their Glastonbury on the BBC. This year will see the debut of Glastonbury Channel II, a welcome addition to our multiple BBC iPlayer streams, giving viewers a rolling round-up of the key moments from each day."

She added, "We're also proud that for the second year, Pyramid Stage Signed returns, with performances from Glastonbury's most iconic stage in British Sign Language, bringing the Glastonbury experience closer to all viewers."

Clarke further stated, "This is in addition to over 90 hours of live performances from the five main stages on BBC iPlayer, extensive coverage on TV, 90 hours of radio broadcasts live from the festival, plus much more to discover on BBC Sounds including Sidetracked by Glastonbury, presented by Annie Macmanus and Nick Grimshaw, which will also be available on BBC iPlayer from the first week of June."

She expressed her gratitude, saying: "I would like to thank Emily and Michael Eavis once again for allowing us this exclusive access to Glastonbury, as only the BBC can bring the nation together to enjoy their unique festival."