Glastonbury Festival has unveiled its full line-up for all 54 stages every day of its upcoming music event.
Earlier this week, music fans all around the country and beyond waited eagerly to find out who will be performing at the famous festival taking place between June 26th and 30th.
Among the top acts are The Rolling Stones, Rita Ora, Mumford & Sons, Elivis Costello, Smashing Pumpkins, Beverley Knight and Kate Nash.
The BBC will be covering the festival, featuring music performances on its TV, radio and online channels.
There will also be a live stream of six music stages, enabling viewers to watch the show either live as they happen or on BBC iPlayer.
BBC Controller of Popular Music Bob Shennan said: “Glastonbury is one of the greatest pop music events in the world and we want to make this year’s coverage the next best thing for everyone who can’t make it in person.”
This will also be the first Glastonbury Festival that people can watch the concerts on their mobiles and tablets, so university students can catch the performances wherever they are.
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