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What Time Is Olivia Rodrigo Performing At Glastonbury? How To Watch Her

What Time Is Olivia Rodrigo Performing At Glastonbury? How To Watch Her

All you need to know about Olivia Rodrigo's Glastonbury performance

Olivia Rodrigo has become a household name in the past year after releasing countless heartbreak ballads throughout 2021.

Although first rising to fame after her appearance in the Disney Channel series ‘Bizaardvark’ in 2016, it has been her music that has really propelled her career. 

On January 8 2021, she released her debut single ‘Drivers License’ which quickly broke Spotify’s record for most daily-streams for a non-holiday song. 

Rodrigo’s debut album ‘Sour’ was released shortly after ‘Driver’s License’, in May 2021, and would go on to spend five weeks topping the Billboard 200 chart.

So when and where will Olivia Rodrigo be playing at this year’s festival?

And for those watching Glastonbury at home, what channel will the 20-year-old be found on?

When Will Olivia Rodrigo Perform At Glastonbury? How To Watch Her:

Olivia Rodrigo will make her debut at a UK music festival on Saturday 25th June at 18:45 on the stage that Glastonbury name the ‘Other Stage’.

However if you’re watching from home you’ll want to tune in to BBC One between 7 and 8pm, but don’t worry if you can’t make it, all performances will be able to be re-watched on BBC Iplayer.

Rodrigo is one of the most popular artists in the world, with Spotify ranking her as having the 39th highest monthly listeners out of all musicians in the world, so you will want to get down early to get the full experience of the superstar’s performance.

Following Rodrigo on the Other Stage are Hip-Hop superstars Burna Boy and Megan Thee Stallion.

It is also worth noting that her performance clashes with Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, which just goes to show the sheer number of star studded musicians that Glastonbury are able to attract each year.

Featured Image Credit: Alamy

Topics: Glastonbury, Music, Festivals