GLASTONBURY Festival will be streamed internationally for the first time.

The BBC will present global fans with livestreams of Dua Lipa and Coldplay's headline sets on the Pyramid Stage, viewable on the BBC website.

Fans around the world can watch Dua's performance on June 28 between 5pm and 6.45pm EST (Eastern Standard Time in the US and Canada), and Coldplay's fifth headline show on June 29 from 4.45pm and 6.45pm EST on

The scheduled time does not account for the chance of  unexpected delays that can occur because of the nature of live music events.

The streams will be free to watch, and no paid subscriptions are required.

A BBC spokesperson said: "Fans can also follow along with festival highlights, updates and analysis on throughout the weekend."

Dua Lipa, who has won seven Brit Awards and three Grammy Awards, will make her debut on the Pyramid Stage on Friday.

Coldplay, who hold nine Brit Awards and seven Grammy Awards, will be back to Worthy Farm for the first time since 2016.

Viewers can access the stream through the BBC's website on a web browser and it is also accessible through the BBC mobile app.