Did you miss out on tickets for this years Glastonbury festival. Well as tickets sold out in 25 minutes on the day of release it is no surprise if you did.
If you are in the UK you can settle down with a beer and watch the BBC’s extended coverage of the event.
The BBC will be broadcasting 30 hours of coverage across all TV channels, kicking off on BBC One on Friday, June 26th with The One Show’s Chris Evans and Alex Jones presenting their show live from Glastonbury at 7-7.30pm.
BBC Two, traditionally the home of the big headline acts, will be fronted by Lauren Laverne, Jo Whiley and Mark Radcliffe, while Greg James will be providing a younger perspective to the BBC Three audience. For a trip down memory lane, BBC Four will be taking a look at years gone by with performance highlights from everyone’s favourite Glastonbury acts.
In addition to the TV coverage BBC Radio 1 and radio 1 Xtra will provide a wide selection of live action. They will even provide live coverage of the dance area at Shangri-La between 1am and 4am.
BBC 6 music will also provide coverage and there will be a wide variety of Glastonbury highlights available on the BBC’s red button services on digital TV. You can even watch the BBC’s webcam during the set-up phase.
It’s not the same as being there, but it is the next best thing.