From the Independent
For anyone who didn’t fancy those notorious portaloos this summer
If you failed to get your hands on a Glastonbury ticket this year, don’t fret.
Rather than facing obscene queues, unbearable heat and those notorious portaloos, you can kick back at home and watch the whole thing on TV.
It will also be available on your iPad and iPhone, with highlights presented by the likes of Clara Amfo, Huw Stephens, Annie Mac, Lauren Laverne, Jo Wiley and Steve Lamacq.
Here’s the lineup and broadcast times for the festival in full:
Friday 23 June
8pm to 9pm- Glastonbury 2017 highlights from across the stages
10pm to 1.30am – Radiohead on the Pyramid Stage
7.30pm: The Pretenders open on the Other Stage
8pm: Royal Blood then Kris Kristofferson on the Pyramid Stage
9pm to 10pm – Special Guests at Glastonbury
10.30pm to 11.45pm – Dizzee Rascal at Glastonbury
Saturday 24 June
5:30pm: Craig David then Jools Holland’s Rhythm & Blues Orchestra
8pm: Highlights from Katy Perry’s debut on the Pyramid Stage
9pm: Foo Fighters play their headline set, two years after being forced to pull out when Dave Grohl injured his leg after falling off a stage
7pm: Toots & the Maytals, followed by Liam Gallagher with some of his new solo material (and some Oasis classics)
8pm: The National take to the Pyramid Stage
9pm: Father John Misty performs
10pm: The Jacksons play West Holts
Sunday 25 June
6pm: Barry Gibb and Nile Rodgers fill the Sunday ‘Legends’ slots
9pm: Ed Sheeran closes Glastonbury Festival with his debut headline slot on the Pyramid Stage. A ‘best moments’ montage will be broadcast after his set.
7pm: 2017’s biggest new act Rag ‘N’ Bone Man makes his debut, while Shaggy performs on West Holts
Coverage on BBC Red Button:
Friday 23 June – 7.30pm to 1.30am
Saturday June 24 – 5.30pm to 1am
Sunday June 25 – 6pm to 12am
Where can I watch Glastonbury Festival online?
The BBC will be live-streaming performances from six stages (Pyramid, Other, John Peel, Park, West Holts and BBC Introducing) on BBC iPlayer and BBC Red Button+.
Fans can look forward to full sets from 90 artists including Radiohead, Foo Fighters, Katy Perry, Biffy Clyro, Dizzee Rascal and The Jacksons.
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