What time are Coldplay on at Glastonbury? Saturday headliners set to draw huge audience

Coldplay, who will make history when they take to the stage at Glastonbury Festival on Saturday
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There is sure to be a large audience both at Glastonbury itself and in living rooms across the country on Saturday night, when Coldplay headline the famous festival.

It was down to pop sensation Dua Lipa to do the honours on Friday,. as the Dance the Night star topped the bill at the Pyramid Stage, seven years after playing on the much smaller John Peel stage at the famous event. And, ahead of SZA closing things in the headline slot on Sunday, it's the job of Chris Martin and his famous bandmates to bring the curtain down on Saturday.

Coldplay are no strangers to Glastonbury, with Saturday night's appearance being their fifth on the Pyramid Stage, since they broke through into the British music scene with single Yellow and album Parachutes in 2000. Since then countless hit singles, albums and tours have cemented them as one of the biggest bands in the world.

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And, all of that means that, as well as being spoilt for choice when it comes to picking a Glasto 2024 setlist, there will also be a lot of interest in their performance.

What time are Coldplay on at Glastonbury 2024?

Coldplay are due on the Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury at 9.45pm on Saturday and expected to play a two hour set. BBC One coverage of Coldplay at Glasto will begin at 10pm and also be on iPlayer.

While there are bound to be a few surprises in their performance, they have been on tour of late, meaning the setlist will probably be rather similar. The band have been kicking off their dates with Higher Power and ending with Fix You, feelslikeimfallinginlove and Biutyful.

Other songs on their current setlist include smash hits like Paradise, Viva La Vida, Clocks and Sky Full of Stars and even a cover of Oasis' Don't Look Back in Anger.