The US rapper follows Friday's Billie Eilish as the youngest ever headliner, and Saturday's Paul McCartney as the oldest.
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Check out all the TV coverage timings you need to know for the last day of Glastonbury Festival 2022.
When is Kendrick Lamar on at Glastonbury?
Kendrick Lamar is set to close the festival on Sunday, 26 June with his show running from 9.45pm to 11.15pm.
Coverage of the final headline show from the Pyramid Stage begins on BBC Two from 9.30pm.
Highlights of other moments from Sunday's performances will lead straight into Lamar's coverage.
Who else is at Glastonbury on Sunday?
There's a packed line-up across the rest of the festival on Sunday, too.
BBC Two's final day festival coverage begins from 8pm, with highlights including Lorde and Elbow who precede Lamar on the Pyramid Stage, and Years & Years on the Other Stage.
Sunday's other must-see performance is from Diana Ross, who will take on the teatime Legends slot on the Pyramid Stage, showing on BBC One from 6.45pm.
BBC Three has coverage planned at 7pm of Declan McKenna and Koffee, while BBC Four's schedule from 8pm includes Herbie Hancock, Jarvis Cocker's new band JARV IS, and the Other Stage headliners Pet Shop Boys from 10pm.
Who else is headlining Glastonbury 2022?
Lamar takes the final Glastonbury 2022 headline slot in the festival's first year back since 2019.
On Friday, Billie Eilish headlines the Pyramid Stage as the festival's youngest ever top billing, while on Saturday headliner Paul McCartney sets his own record as the oldest.
All headline performances will be available to catch up with on iPlayer after they've aired, as well as a huge amount of other highlights from across the weekend.
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