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Everything you need to know to celebrate 'Glastonbury at Home' this year: 25th-29th June

The BBC will be going ahead with their coverage of what would have been Glastonbury's 50th Anniversary Year -  and from 10:00am (BST) on Thursday 25 June until late Monday 29 June, will be broadcasting a selection of iconic sets and highlights of the event since it was first televised in 1997.

Michael and Emily Eavis and the Glastonbury Festival will also be providing a virtual festival experience to go alongside the BBC’s comprehensive coverage.

BBC Music Glastonbury is bringing the first pop-up Glastonbury channel - and a line-up of coverage from the BBC (on iPlayer and BBC Sounds) can be found on the their website.

The Glastonbury Virtual Festival line-up can be found on the Glastonbury Festival site. 

There is a wealth of other coverage of the weekend that you can dip into to create your Glastonbury at Home experience covering acts past and present:

Glastonbury Festival in pictures: 50 years of memories (BBC) 

From the Pyramid stage to your sofa: how to recreate Glastonbury at home (The Guardian)

Glastonbury 2020 TV coverage: The full BBC schedule for the virtual festival, from David Bowie to Adele (i)

Visit the Glastonbury Festival Archive (V&A Museum)

Watch Julien Temple's iconic documentary Glastonbury (10:00pm (BST) Thursday 25 June on BBC Four and then on iPlayer). View the trailer for 'Glastonbury'.

Glastonbury 50 by Emily Eavis and Michael Eavis (BBC Sounds) - Five podcasts covering the inside story of the five decades of Glastonbury at Worthy Farm, Pilton.



It’s wonderful to hear that so many of you are planning to celebrate Glastonbury at home this year, and we wanted to offer you a taste of the full Festival experience to go alongside the BBC’s comprehensive coverage. Huge thanks to all of the areas and stages who’ve put together so much fantastic virtual entertainment for you to enjoy. We also know that many of you will miss being here in Pilton. But we would remind you that, under the current circumstances, Worthy Farm and its surrounding farms are completely closed to the public. Please do not attempt to visit. We hope you have a wonderful #GlastoAtHome experience and we can’t wait to welcome you back here in 2021. Michael & Emily


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