Where to watch Glastonbury Festival 2023 in the USA
Wednesday, June 21, the doors to Glastonbury 2023 will swing open at 8 am, marking the official commencement of this year’s highly anticipated festival. The vast grounds of Worthy Farm in Somerset will soon be bustling with thousands of enthusiastic music lovers who will pitch their tents and settle in for an immersive five-day experience. The festival’s star-studded lineup includes renowned headliners such as Arctic Monkeys, Guns N’ Roses, and Elton John, alongside a multitude of other talented artists who will grace the stages throughout the event. Click here and start watching Glastonbury 2023 coverage from anywhere.
Here’s the way to watch Glastonbury 2023 live stream online from anywhere, not only United States.
Glastonbury 2023 Broadcast Schedule:
The BBC will be broadcasting live coverage across on BBC One, Two, Three and Four, covering the headliners and highlights from the smaller stages.
Highlights coverage from day one will start at 7.30pm on BBC Two. Tune into BBC Three from 9pm to 10pm to catch Fred Again.. followed by highlights coverage of Shygirl and Wizkid, or catch headliners Arctic Monkeys on BBC Two from 10.30pm to midnight.
Coverage will start on BBC Two at 5pm. You can watch Lizzo and Lewis Capaldi on BBC One at 9pm to 10pm, before switching over to BBC Two to see headliners Guns N’ Roses’ from 10pm until 2am. If you’re not a fan, you can head to BBC Three to see Central Cee and Loyle Carner at 12.15am playing until 2am.
Coverage will kick off at 5pm on BBC One with highlights of Blondie and Rick Astley. Headliner Elton John will take to the Pyramid Stage at 9pm, which you’ll be able to watch on BBC One until his set finishes just after 11pm. On BBC Four you can catch The War On Drugs and Queens Of The Stone Age from 10pm to 12.15am, or on BBC Two, join presenters Clara Amfo, Jack Saunders and Jo Whiley as they wrap up the weekend from 11pm until 12.20am.
Where to watch Glastonbury Festival 2023 in the US on iPlayer
Yes, you can. If you happen to be outside of the UK, enjoying your summer holiday while the Glastonbury festival is taking place, accessing the BBC’s coverage may not be readily available to you. However, there is a solution. To watch the festival from abroad, you’ll need to utilise a VPN (Virtual Private Network). This technology allows you to change your current IP address to the one you typically use at home, granting you access to the desired content. Or the best way watch Glastonbury Festival 2023 on NextMirror OTT from anywhere around the world.
Starting from Friday, June 23 to Sunday, June 25, BBC iPlayer’s exclusive Glastonbury channel will go live, offering an extensive 40 hours of coverage that includes captivating live performances, preview programs, and more. Viewers can tune in from noon until late to immerse themselves in the festival experience.
The dedicated channel will showcase the most prominent sets from the Pyramid, Other, West Holts, John Peel, and Park Stages, ensuring a diverse range of musical acts and genres.
For those who may have missed out on certain performances, over 90 sets and key tracks from the five recorded stages will be available for on-demand viewing on BBC iPlayer throughout the weekend and for an additional 30 days after the initial broadcast.
Furthermore, BBC iPlayer will also feature highlights from the BBC Music Introducing stage, showcasing the best emerging artists from the UK. These performances will be accessible on BBC iPlayer for a week following the festival, specifically from Monday, June 26 to Friday, June 30.