Glastonbury 2017: Your iPlayer Streaming Diary
VOD News | On 22, Jun 2017
BBC iPlayer is heading to Glastonbury 2017 this weekend – and the site is streaming more than ever, with over 100 performances beaming from the field in Somerset to TVs, computers and mobile devices across the country.
BBC Music will live-stream gigs across six stages at the festival, all available on bbc.co.uk/glastonbury as well as iPlayer. Highlight performances from the Pyramid, Other, John Peel, Park, West Holts and BBC Introducing stages will be available live throughout the weekend. Best of all, though, is that fans who have missed the beginning of a set will also be able to go back to the start on connected TVs by pressing the red button, and on BBC iPlayer directly, so they never miss a minute of their favourite acts.
On TV there will be over 30 hours of Glastonbury on TV across BBC Two and BBC Four. BBC Two will be broadcasting headline sets from Radiohead, Foo Fighters and Ed Sheeran. On Sunday, BBC Two will also be showing highlights of the set from Glastonbury debutante and all round pop princess Katy Perry from the famous Pyramid Stage. On Sunday, the channel will show the entire set from legendary Bee Gee Barry Gibb, who is performing in the teatime slot, followed by another legend, Nile Rodgers and his band, Chic.
BBC Four coverage on Saturday includes a live performance by the most famous family in musical history – The Jacksons – and from Brooklyn-based band The National. There will also be live coverage of the performance from the John Peel Stage by US singer songwriter Josh Tillman, aka Father John Misty. On Sunday, highlights include Rag’n’Bone man’s Glastonbury debut on the Other Stage, followed by Mr Boombastic himself, Shaggy.
Old-school viewers will be able to press the Red Button on their remote control over the weekend to watch three Glastonbury red button streams, which will show highlights from over 100 bands, from 7.30pm to 1.30am on Friday 23rd June, 5.30pm to 1am on Saturday 24th June and 6pm to midnight on Sunday 25th June.
Bob Shennan, Director BBC Radio & Music, says: “BBC Music is thrilled to be offering music lovers an unsurpassed range of performances live from Glastonbury, from multi-million selling headline acts on the Pyramid stage, to emerging artists on the BBC Music Introducing stage.
“With over 100 performances streamed online as well as 30 hours of TV coverage and live broadcasts on Radio 1, 1Xtra, Radio 2, 6 Music and Radio 3, we will be offering music lovers so many ways to experience the unique atmosphere of the world’s most famous music festival – at home or on the move.”
Your Glastonbury Streaming Diary
Friday 23rd June
The Pretenders (Other Stage) – 11am
Kris Kristoffersen (Pyramid) – 4.15pm
The XX (Pyramid) – 7.30pm
Lorde (Other Stage) – 8.45pm
Radiohead (Pyramid) – 9.30pm
Dizzee Rascal (West Holts Stage) – 10.30pm
Annie Mac (John Peel) – 10.30pm
The Flaming Lips (The Park Stage) – 10.45pm
Saturday 24th June
Thundercat (West Holts Stage) – 2.30pm
Craig David (Pyramid) – 2.45pm
Run the Jewels, introduced by Jeremy Corbyn (Pyramid) – 4.15pm
Kaiser Chiefs (Other Stage) – 4.15pm
Katy Perry (Pyramid) – 6pm
The National (Pyramid) – 7.45pm
Stormzy (Other Stage) – 8.30pm
Foo Fighters (Pyramid) – 9.45pm
The Jacksons (West Holts Stage) – 10.15pm
Sunday 25th June
Jamie Cullum (Pyramid) – 12.45pm
Laura Marling (Pyramid) – 2.15pm
Rag’n’Bone Man (Other Stage) – 2.55pm
Barry Gibb (Pyramid) – 4pm
Shaggy (West Holts Stage) – 5.15pm
Haim (Other Stage) – 5.35pm
Chic (Pyramid) – 5.45pm
Goldfrapp (John Peel) – 7pm
Biffy Clyro (Pyramid) – 7.30pm
Ed Sheeran (Pyramid) – 9.45pm
Metronomy (John Peel) – 10pm
All performances will be available to view for 30 days on BBC iPlayer.