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How To Watch Glastonbury Festival 2022: TV, Radio And More

Mia Williams

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How To Watch Glastonbury Festival 2022: TV, Radio And More

Whilst thousands of festival-goers will make their way down to Somerset this week to be a part of the UK’s biggest annual festival, millions of others will tune in to watch their favourite performers without the crowds and the camping, we see you! 

Some would argue that blasting performances on the telly in your living room in the comfort of your home sounds like an ideal set-up, and if that is exactly your plan for this week, you’re in the right place…

So where can we watch Glastonbury 2022, and when can we watch it?

How And When Can You Watch Glastonbury Festival 2022?

Live sets from the festival will be broadcast on BBC iPlayer and BBC Sounds from Wednesday 22nd all the way through to Sunday 26th. 

This year, BBC iPlayer has a dedicated Glastonbury channel which launches on the second day (Thursday 23rd), and will be a full-on four-day live stream of performances hosted by all of your favourite presenters…we’re starting to get excited!

Coverage will be brought to us this year by the likes of Cerys Matthews, Clara Amfo, X Factor’s much-loved Dermot O’Leary, Vick Hope, Zoe Ball and many others. 

This live-stream will feature performances from the biggest artists on the Pyramid Stage right the way to the other stages such as West Holts, John Peel and Park Stages. 

The best news is, if you’re busy this week, there’s no need to panic!

The live-broadcast will be able to be streamed for up to 30 days after the performances, so you can watch them at your leisure. 

Different to any other year, the BBC have released a film that has been a three-year production, Glastonbury: 50 Years and Counting, which features artists such as Dua Lipa, Noel Gallagher and Stormzy.

The film was released 19th June and is available to watch now on BBC iPlayer. 

Featured Image Credit: Alamy

Topics: Glastonbury, TV and Film, Festivals

Mia Williams
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