Glastonbury Festival 2016, how to watch televised broadcast

The festival is arranging to broadcast at least 25 hours of footage

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Excellent news if you weren’t in a position to get Glastonbury tickets – the BBC has announced details of when and exactly where you can watch festival coverage on Television this year. 


The festival, which is getting headlined by Adele, Muse and Coldplay this year, always sells out in a matter of hours – which leaves numerous fans in search of other ways to appreciate the festival.


This year, the BBC has promised “over 25 hours” of coverage, with performances aired across BBC1, BBC2, BBC 3 and BBC Four. The footage will include the headliner’s sets in full, as well as the Sunday afternoon legends slot from Jeff Lynne’s ELO.


Amongst this year’s presenters are Chris Evans, Lauren Laverne, Mark Radcliffe, Gemma Cairney, Huw Stephens and Annie Mac. Other presenters are but to be confirmed.


There’ll also be exclusive complete sets on the BBC Music app, even though BBC Four will show sets from the likes of Foals, PJ Harvey and New Order.


Glastonbury takes place at Worthy Farm in Somerset from 22-26 June 2016.  

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