June 24, 2024

Dua Lipa and Coldplay’s Glastonbury 2024 performances to mark first ever Glastonbury sets to be livestreamed globally on 

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NEW YORK — 24 June, 2024 — For the first time, the BBC will livestream headline Glastonbury performances to a global audience, with Dua Lipa and Coldplay’s 2024 Pyramid Stage sets available to view on the recently relaunched

Music fans around the world can tune into the stream, which is produced by BBC Studios, to watch Dua Lipa’s headline performance on Friday 28th June from 5-6.45pm EST (11pm-12.45am CEST) and Coldplay’s headline set on Saturday 29th June from 4.45-6.45pm EST (10.45pm-12.45am CEST), both at Fans can also follow along with festival highlights, updates and analysis on throughout the weekend.

Tara Maitra, Chief Commercial Officer at BBC Studios says: “The Glastonbury Festival is an icon of British culture, and this livestream will give fans around the globe a front row seat to headline performances like never before. This is just the latest example of our focus on bringing more cultural-defining moments like Glastonbury to fans on our platforms outside the U.K. so users can experience the best of British culture wherever they may be.”

Lorna Clarke, BBC Director of Music says: “At the BBC, we bring Glastonbury to you, and we’re incredibly proud of our coverage. It enables millions of people to access the magic of Emily and Michael Eavis’ festival each year. The global streams of Dua Lipa and Coldplay’s performances are another exciting addition to our offer, allowing us not only to unite music fans across the country, but across the world with the opportunity to experience these world class performances as they happen.”

Seven-time BRIT and three-time GRAMMY Award winner Dua Lipa is making her first ever appearance on the famous Pyramid Stage, while seven-time GRAMMY Award winner Coldplay returns to headline Glastonbury for the fifth time, and for the first time since 2016.

The BBC has been bringing Glastonbury Festival to UK audiences since 1997 and in 2024, returns with extensive coverage of the festival – including Pyramid Stage, headline performances from Dua Lipa, Coldplay and SZA – across its platforms. There will be over 90 hours of live performances from the five main stages on BBC iPlayer, 90 hours of radio programmes broadcast live from Worthy Farm, extensive coverage on TV and much more to discover on BBC Sounds. More information about the BBC’s 2024 UK broadcast – a six-week long celebration of Glastonbury – is available here.

About Glastonbury Festival

Glastonbury Festival is the largest greenfield music and performing arts festival in the world. The sold-out event takes place from 26th – 30th June at Worthy Farm in Pilton, Somerset, England.

About is the international equivalent of and BBC Studios’ global digital news platform, offering up-to-the-minute international news, in-depth analysis and features. Earlier this year, as part of its ambitions to better serve audiences outside of the U.K., the BBC relaunched and the BBC app throughout the world. The new website and app offer more access and transform the way audiences outside the U.K. read, watch, and find the BBC’s renowned journalism and storytelling. is operated by BBC Studios, the BBC Group’s commercial arm, which leverages the power of the BBC to reach and engage audiences worldwide.

About BBC Studios 

BBC Studios is a commercial subsidiary of the BBC Group with sales of £2.1 billion (2021/22: £1,630 million). Able to take an idea seamlessly from thought to screen and beyond, the business is built on two operating areas: the global Content Studio, which produces, invests and distributes content globally and Channels & Streaming, with BBC branded channels, services and joint ventures in the UK and internationally. Around 2,500 hours of award-winning British programmes are made by the business every year, with over 80% of total BBC Studios revenues coming from non-BBC customers including Discovery, Apple and Netflix. Its content is internationally recognised across a broad range of genres and specialisms, with brands like Strictly Come Dancing/Dancing with the Stars, Top Gear, the Planet series, Bluey and Doctor Who.