Glastonbury 2024 has now arrived with some of the biggest names in music set to perform at the Somerset festival.

Hundreds of thousands of people are expected to descend on Worthy Farm from Wednesday, June 26 to Sunday, June 30.

Dua Lipa, Coldplay and SZA will be headlining over the three days of the weekend on the Pyramid Stage.

Understandably, it can be very difficult to get tickets due to demand and many people might have missed out who desperately wanted to go.

Whilst it won't be able to replicate the experience of being there in person, performances on the big stages can still be seen as they will be broadcast on TV.

Here's all you need to know on when the Glastonbury 2024 headliners will have their performances broadcast on TV.

The exact time Glastonbury 2024 headliners will be on TV

The BBC will have plenty of coverage of Glastonbury 2024 including livestreams on iPlayer of the Pyramid Stage, Other Stage, Park Stage, West Holts and Woodsies.

Additionally, they will have shows directly broadcast on BBC Two and BBC One from Friday, June 28 to Sunday, June 30 with some of the main stars performing.

The exact times the headliners will be on TV are as follows:

Dua Lipa 

Dua Lipa will be headlining on the Pyramid Stage from 10pm to 11.45 pm on Friday, June 28.

The first part of her set will be broadcast on BBC Two before coverage switches over to BBC One from 10.30pm.


Coldplay will be headlining on Saturday, June 29 with their set scheduled from 9.45pm to 11.45pm.

The entirety of their performance will be available to watch on BBC Two that evening as well as on iPlayer.


SZA will be headlining on Sunday, June 30 with her set scheduled from 9.30pm to 11.15pm.

The entirety of her performance will be available to watch on BBC Two that evening, as well as on iPlayer.

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Alongside that, the BBC will also have a dedicated Glastonbury Channel running on iPlayer from midday on Friday to Sunday evening.

This will show a curated and continuous stream of live moments, interviews and behind-the-scenes clips.

Additionally, it has created Glastonbury Channel II, where viewers can catch up on the most talked-about performances of the day.