The BBC has announced details of their coverage for Glastonbury 2019.
The BBC will offer extensive coverage of this year's festival, which runs from June 26-30, on BBC iPlayer and BBC Sounds.
Over 100 performances from the main stages will be available to view on BBC iPlayer, while TV coverage will see over 30 hours of performances aired on BBC One, BBC Two and BBC Four. Presenters include Clara Amfo, Annie Mac, DJ Target, Edith Bowman, Huw Stephens, Gemma Cairney, Jo Whiley, Laura Whitmore, Lauren Laverne, Steve Lamacq and Zoe Ball, all of whom will be broadcasting from Worthy Farm showing highlights from all six main stages at the festival.
The BBC Sounds app will include BBC Radio Glastonbury for the duration of the festival, featuring 30 hours of coverage on BBC TV and live broadcasts across Radio 1, 1Xtra, Radio 2, 6 Music and 5 Live. It's also worth following @bbcglasto on Twitter to see the latest performances.
“BBC Music is delighted to be returning to Glastonbury this year – giving audiences such a wide range of ways to watch and listen to the best of the festival, whether they’re at home or on the move,” said James Stirling, Head of BBC Music & BBC Music Introducing.
“There’ll also be over 100 performances from the main stages at Glastonbury available to view on BBC iPlayer – bringing all the variety of this world famous festival to audiences – whenever and wherever they want to tune in.”
Stormzy, The Killers and The Cure are this year's Glastonbury headliners, while Lauryn Hill, Janet Jackson, Miley Cyrus and Kylie Minogue are among the extensive line-up, now fully announced, along with the stage times.