The BBC is covering a load of Glastonbury 2016

Like seriously, you’re not going to miss out
No Glasto ticket? We know the feeling. But what’s that – over 25 hours of coverage being shown through the BBC of this year’s event? Looks like we’re all sorted then.

Spanning across Radio 1, Radio 2, BBC 1, BBC 2, BBC 3 and BBC 4 – the coverage is set to show the very best of Glastonbury all in the relaxing confines of your front room (except those midnight raves in Arcadia that will terrify you for the rest of your days).

With headline sets from Adele, Muse and Coldplay all being shown in full as well as performances from Foals, New Order and PJ Harvey being screened on trusty BBC 4 – we’ve got our weekend well and truly planned out.

Speaking about this year’s coverage, BBC Music director Bob Shennan said: “Glastonbury promises to be a magical weekend. If you can’t make it to Worthy Farm, BBC Music will bring you the cream of the festival, whether you’re at home or on the move. ”

He’s got it nailed on there. Glastonbury is set to go down from June 24th-26th.

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