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Glastonbury 2022: What’s on and where to watch

Glastonbury is back for the first time since 2019, so make sure you don’t miss out on three years’ worth of the world’s biggest musical acts, whether you have managed to grab tickets or you’re watching from home. Beginning on Wednesday 22nd of June and lasting until Sunday 26th, its sure to be a jampacked long weekend, so don your wellies and get dancing!



Glasto is known for showcasing some of the most popular performers over the years, from David Bowie to Oasis, The Cure and Radiohead. This year the line-up is shaping up to be just as impressive, with the festivals youngest ever headliner, Billie Eilish, performing on the Friday. Check out our top picks below and see the full line up on the Glastonbury website.  



  • Billie Eilish 

  • Sam Fender 

  • Wolf Alice 

  • TLC 

  • St. Vincent 

  • Foals 

  • Little Simz 

  • Primal Scream 

  • Phoebe Bridgers 

  • The Jesus and Mary Chain 

  • Sugababes 

  • Fatboy Slim 



  • Paul McCartney 

  • Haim 

  • Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds 

  • AJ Tracey 

  • Megan Thee Stallion 

  • Olivia Rodrigo 

  • Caribou 

  • Jamie T 

  • Mitski 

  • Jessie Ware 

  • Scouting for Girls 

  • Calvin Harris 



  • Kendrick Lamar 

  • Lorde 

  • Elbow 

  • Diana Ross 

  • Pet Shop Boys 

  • Kacey Musgraves 

  • Declan McKenna 

  • Bicep 

  • Charlie XCX 

  • Clairo 

  • Courtney Barnett 

  • Caroline Polachek 

  • McFly 


Festival stage at night


Where to watch 


The BBC will be the place to be for all your Glastonbury needs, on TV, Radio and online. For the first time, Pyramid Stage performances will be live streamed on BBC iPlayer in Ultra High Definition on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. You’ll also be able to catch up on key performances and highlights after the event. All in all, there will be 35 hours of coverage across BBC One, Two, Three and Four, over 40 hours on BBC iPlayer – so even if you’re watching at home, you’re not missing out on any of the action. 


In addition to festival footage, interviews and behind the scenes, there will also be multiple documentaries leading up to the event. Glastonbury: 50 Years & Counting will be shown on BBC Two on Sunday 19th of June at 9pm, and will look back on the half century of Glasto, as told by its principal curators Michael and Emily Eavis. 


Stormzy: Road to the Pyramid Stage will be on BBC One at 10:40pm on Monday 20th of June, reflecting on grime and hip-hop artist Stormzy’s 2019 performance as the first black British solo artist to headline on the Pyramid Stage. 

Stormzy sat looking into the camera


BBC Sounds and radio stations will also be airing wall to wall coverage, with 60 hours of content available, including All Day Glastonbury on 6 Music throughout the weekend, and extensive coverage across Radio 1, Radio 1 Xtra and Radio 2. 


For now, why not get into the Glasto spirit with Zoe Ball’s Glastonbury Legends Playlist on BBC Sounds as she looks back at some of her favourite performances and tunes from the iconic festival.