As of 10am this morning, the Met Office tells us that the 180,000 revellers that have descended onto Worthy Farm will have woken up to a damp and misty morning. Scant consolation for those of us unfortunate enough not to have made the journey, however 2013 sees the most extensive BBC coverage of Glastonbury to date. Think Olympics, and the power of the Red Button.
We’ve assembled a list of our ‘ones to watch’ at Glastonbury this year, some of which will grace your screens and others which may not. Either way, after Glastonbury there will no doubt be ample opportunity to catch them perform live across the UK in the future!
Arctic Monkeys – Pyramid Stage / Fri 10:15pm
Professor Green – Pyramid Stage / Fri 5pm
Half Moon Run – Park Stage / Fri 1:30pm
Peace – John Peel Stage / Fri 3pm
Swim Deep – John Peel Stage / Fri 12pm
The 1975 – Other Stage / Sat 12:30pm
Noah and the Whale – Other Stage / Sat 4:30pm
Ed Harcourt – Park Stage / Sat 2:45pm
Everything Everything – John Peel Stage / Sat 9:10pm
Johnny Marr – John Peel Stage / Sat 6:20pm
Jagwar Ma – John Peel Stage / Sat 1pm
KT Tunstall – Acoustic Tent / Sat 5:20pm
Smashing Pumpkins – Other Stage / Sun 8:20pm
Public Image Limited – Other Stage / Sun 4:10pm