Although Glastonbury Festival has started, you might be wondering who you can see on the main stage in 2023.

The festival returns to Worthy Farm and officially opened its gates on Wednesday, June 21 and it will continue until its final day on Sunday, June 25.

Let’s take a look at who will perform on Saturday, June 24 on the main stage.

Glastonbury Festival 2023 line-up Saturday, June 24

The following acts will perform on the Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury on Saturday:

  • Rick Astley - 12pm - 12.45pm
  • Raye - 1.15pm - 2pm
  • Amadou & Miriam - 2.30pm - 3.30pm
  • Aitch - 4pm - 5pm
  • Lewis Capaldi - 5.35pm - 6.35pm
  • Lizzo - 7.30pm - 8.30pm
  • Guns N' Roses - 9.30pm - 11.45pm

You can find out more about the festival via the Glastonbury website.

How to watch Glastonbury Festival 2023

Those of us who aren’t at the festival can still join in the fun by watching it on TV at home.

On Saturday, June 24, Glastonbury coverage will be shown from 5pm to 9pm on BBC Two and BBC iPlayer.

This will show RAYE's performance on the Pyramid stage as well as others playing on other stages such as Jacob Collier and Rick Astley.

To see Tom Grennan and Aitch take to the stage, you can tune into BBC Three and BBC iPlayer at 7pm until 8pm.

From 8pm to 9pm on BBC Four and BBC iPlayer, Jamz Supernova will introduce music from Jacob Collier. 

On BBC One and BBC iPlayer from 9pm to 10pm, Clara Amfo will introduce Lewis Capaldi and Lizzo.

Viewers can expect to see Manic Street Preachers and Leftfield in the coverage starting at 9pm and finishing at 11pm on BBC Four and BBC iPlayer.

At 10pm on BBC One and BBC iPlayer, Lauren Laverne and Jack Saunders will introduce Guns N' Roses before rounding up the highlights of Glastonbury's second day.

At 11pm on BBC Four and BBC iPlayer, viewers can see Fatboy Slim perform a set.