Glastonbury 2017 Live Stream: How To Watch Music Festival Online

Glastonbury Festival is a five-day festival of contemporary performing arts that takes place near Pilton, Somerset. Leading pop and rock artists have headlined, alongside thousands of others appearing on smaller stages and performance areas. Films and albums recorded at Glastonbury have been released, and the festival receives extensive television and newspaper coverage. It is considered a major event in British culture. The festival is inspired by the ethos of the hippie, counterculture, and free festival movements. Starting just after the death of Jimi Hendrix in 1970, you can browse through the history of the Festival from then to the present.


Glastonbury 2017 Viewing Details

Date: June 21-25, 2017
Start Time: Wednesday, June 21 at 10:45 AM
Location: Pilton, Somerset, England
Headliners: Clean Bandit, Radiohead, Dizzee Rascal, Liam Gallagher, Katy Perry, Foo Fighters, Ed Sheeran


How To Live Stream Glastonbury On A Desktop

You can live stream Glastonbury 2017 online for free on BBC’s Glastonbury website and iPlayer will have a choice of six stages broadcast live throughout the festival. Sit back and watch the live stream from the Pyramid Stage, the Other Stage, West Holts, the John Peel Stage, the Park Stage and the BBC Music Introducing stage.


How To Watch Glastonbury 2017 On A Mobile Device

Make sure you check out the BBC Music app which is free on iOS and Android. It was new for Glastonbury 2016. The festival has teamed up with EE to create the Glastonbury Festival 2017 app which provides plenty of information for anyone attending. This is available on iOS and Android.

For more information on watching Glastonbury on mobile, see How to watch Glastonbury 2017 on iPad or iPhone, by Macworld UK.


How To Watch Glastonbury 2017 On TV

TV (and radio) coverage will be done so by Jo Whiley, Lauren Laverne, Mark Radcliffe, Alice Levine, Annie Mac, Cerys Matthews, Chris Evans and Huw Stephens.

The BBC has confirmed it will broadcast more than 30 hours (five more than last year) of coverage across BBC Two and BBC Four. Coverage will begin on BBC Two at 8pm on 23 June.

BBC Two will be the home of the Pyramid Stage so tune in for the headliners over the festival weekend. Meanwhile, BBC Four be showing a variety of whole sets from acts across all stages.

A full episode guide is available here.


Glastonbury 2017 Lineup

FRIDAY JUNE 23

Pyramid Stage
10.45-11.30am: Hacienda Classical
12.15-1.00pm: Paul Carrack
1.30-2.15pm: Blossoms
2.45-3.45pm: First Aid Kit
4.15-5.15pm: Kris Kristofferson
5.45-6.45pm: Royal Blood
7.30-8.30pm: The XX
9.30-11.45pm: Radiohead

Other Stage
11.00-12.00pm: The Pretenders
12.25-1.15pm: Charlie XCX
1.40-2.30pm: Nothing But Thieves
3.00-3.50pm: Circa Waves
4.20-5.10pm: Glass Animals
5.40-6.35pm: Halsey
7.05-8.05pm: George Ezra
8.45-9.45pm: Lorde
10.30-11.45pm: Major Lazer

West Holts Stage
12.00-1pm: Hot 8 Brass Band
1.30-2.15pm: Henry Wu Presents The Kamaal Williams Ensemble
2.45-3.45pm: Ata Kak
4.15-5.15pm: Pat Thomas & The Kwashibu Band
5.45-6.45pm: Kate Tempest
7.15-20.15pm: Little Dragon
8.45-9.45pm: Anderson .Paak & The Free Nationals
10.30-11.40pm: Dizzee Rascal

John Peel Stage
11.00-11.40am: Dam
12.00-12.40pm: Rews
1.00-1.40pm: Black Honey
2.10-3.00pm: Dua Lipa
3.30-4.20pm: The Lemon Twigs
4.50-5.40pm: Declan Mckenna
6.10-7.00pm: Ride
7.30-8.30pm: Future Islands
9.00-10.00pm: Clean Bandit
10.30-11.45pm: Annie Mac

The Park Stage
11.00-11.45am: Georgia
12.15-1pm: Bo Ningen
1.30-2.30pm: Margo Price
3.00-4.00pm: Hamilton Leithauser
4.30-5.30pm: Mark Lanegan
6.00-7.00pm: Angel Olsen
7.30-8.30pm: TBA
9.00-10.00pm: Sleaford Mods
10.45-12.15am: The Flaming Lips

BBC Music Introducing
12.15-12.35pm: TBA
12.55-1.20pm: Onyda
1.40-2.05pm: Otis Mensah
2.25-2.50pm: Tourists
3.10-3.45pm: Roe
3.55-4.20pm: Gaffa Tape Sandy
4.50-5.10pm: TBA
5.30-5.55pm: Joe Barry
6.15-6.40pm:  Folly Rae

SATURDAY JUNE 24

Pyramid Stage
10.45-11.30am: The BootlegBeatles With The Pepperland Sinfonia
11.55-12.45pm: Vieux Farka Touré
1.15-2.15pm: Jools Holland & His Rhythm & Blues Orchestra
2.45-3.45pm: Craig David
4.15-5.15pm: Run The Jewels
6.00-7.00pm: Katy Perry
7.45-8.45pm: The National
9.45-11.45pm: Foo Fighters

Other Stage
11.00-11.45: Gabrielle Aplin
12.05-12.50pm: Whitney
1.15-2.15pm: British Sea Power
2.45-3.45pm: Wild Beasts
4.15-5.15pm: Kaiser Chiefs
5.45-6.45pm: Liam Gallagher
7.15-8.00pm: Wiley
8.30-9.30pm: Stormzy
10.30-11.45pm: Alt-J

West Holts Stage
11.30-12.30pm: Khruangbin
1.00-2.00pm: Afriquoi
2.30-3.30pm: Thundercat
4.00-5.00pm: BADBADNOTGOOD
5.30-6.30pm: Toots and the Maytals
7.00-8.00pm: The Avalanches
8.30-9.30pm: Solange
10.15-11.45pm: The Jacksons

John Peel Stage
11.00-11.40am: Josh Barry
12.00-12.40pm: Maggie Rogers
1.00-1.40pm: Inheaven
2.10-3.00pm: The Amazons
3.30-4.20pm: Cabbage
4.50-5.40pm: Loyle Carner
6.10-7.00pm: Tove Lo
7.30-8.30pm: DJ Shadow
9.00-10.00pm: Father John Misty
10.30-11.45pm: Phoenix

The Park Stage
11.00-11.45am: Kelsey Lu
12.15-1.00pm: Amber Arcades
1.30-2.30pm: The Moonlandingz
3.00-4.00pm: Sigrid
4.30-5.30pm: Nadia Rose
6.00-7.00pm: Temples
7.45-9.00pm: Songhoy Blues
9.30-10.30pm: Joe Goddard
11.00pm-12.15am: War Paint

BBC Music Introducing
12.45-1.10pm: The Cosmics
1.35-2.00pm: Keir
2.40-3.00pm: Wild Front
3.20-3.45pm: Lulu James
4.05-4.30pm: Palm Honey
4.50-5.15pm: Wildwood Kin
5.35-6.00pm: Wowh
6.30-6.50pm:  TBA

 SUNDAY JUNE 25

Pyramid Stage
10.30-11.10am: The Black Dyke Band
11.35-12.15pm: Orchestra Baobab
12.45-1.45pm: Jamie Cullum
2.15-3.15pm: Laura Marling
4.00-5.15pm: Barry Gibb
5.45-6.45pm: Chic
7.30-8.45pm: Biffy Clyro
9.45-11.15pm: Ed Sheeran

Other Stage
11.00-11.45am: Slaves
12.15-1.05pm: Deaf Havana
1.35-2.25pm: Dropkick Murphys
2.55-3.45pm: Rag’N’Bone Man
4.15-5.05pm: Kodaline
5.35-6.25pm: Haim
6.55-7.55pm: Courteeners
8.35-9.25pm: Emeli Sande
10.15-11.15pm: Boy Better Know

West Holts Stage
11.30-12.30pm: House Gospel Choir
12.45-1.45pm: Ryley Walker
2.15-3.15pm: Yorkston, Thorne And Khan
5.15-6.15pm: Shaggy
6.45-7.45pm: The Cinematic Orchestra
8.15-9.15pm: Moderat
10-11.15pm: Justice

John Peel Stage
11.00-11.30am: October Drift
11.50-12.30pm: Sundara Karma
1.00-2.00pm: Real Estate
2.30-3.30pm: King Glizzard And The Lizard Wizard
4.00-5.00pm: Frank Carter And The Rattlesnakes
5.30-6.30pm: TBA
7.00-8.00pm: Goldfrapp
8.30-9.30pm: London Grammar
10.00-11.15pm: Metronomy

The Park Stage
10.45-11.30am: Avalonian Choir
11.50pm-12.30pm: She Drew The Gun
12.50-1.35pm: Dr. Dog
2.00-2.45pm: All We Are
3.10-4.00pm: Julia Jackson
4.30-5.30pm: Lisa Hannigan
6.00-7.00pm: Nick Mulvey
7.30-8.30pm: Sampha
9.00-10.00pm: Kano

BBC Music Introducing
12.45-1.10pm: Happy Endings
1.35-2.00pm: Speakman Sounds
2.35-2.55pm: TBA
3.30-3.55pm: Sody
4.15-4.40pm: The Pale White
5.00-5.25pm: Matt Maltese
5.45-6.10pm: Shadowlark
6.30-6.55pm:  The Sherlocks

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