How to watch the virtual festival

GLASTONBURY won’t be going ahead in 2021 again due to the pandemic.

But there will be a live stream instead.

A five hour ‘epic’ show will stream in place of the actual festivalCredit: Reuters

How can I watch the Glastonbury live stream?

In place of Glastonbury festival going ahead this year, a special five-hour stream will be available to watch.

Event planners are creating a concert which will happen live from Worthy Farm TODAY (May 22, 2021).

Tickets can be bought for £20 and the European livestream will take place at 7pm BST.

Proceeds from ticket sales will go to Oxfam, Greenpeace and WaterAid.

They will also help with the festival’s return in 2022.

Tickets cost just £20

Tickets cost just £20Credit: Reuters

Who will star in the Glastonbury live stream?

There’s a stellar line-up, including big names who’ve performed at the major festival in the past.

You can expect to see: Coldplay, Damon Albarn, Haim, Idles, Jorja Smith, Kano, Michael Kiwanuka, Wolf Alice, plus DJ Honey Dijon.

There’s also the promise of “a number of unannounced surprise performances”.

Emily Eavis, an organiser, told BBC Radio 2: “It’s going to be like the festival but without the people.”

Performances will take place at iconic Glastonbury sites, such as the Pyramid Field and the Stone Circle.

The five-hour long stream will be filmed in an uninterrupted style around the festival site and broadcast live to ticket holders.

Will there be a Glastonbury 2022?

Glastonbury will be back in 2022 fans will be pleased to hear, after the 2020 and 2021 events were cancelled due to coronavirus.

The event will run from June 22-26, 2022.

If any tickets are left over, they will go back on sale in April 2022 – but you do need to register first to gain access to the sale.

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