After a lot of hype and headline act changes after Foo Fighters front man, Dave Grohl, broke his leg, Glastonbury 2015 starts today and there are plenty of ways of getting live coverage so you don't miss any of your favourite bands. Here's how to watch Glastonbury 2015 live coverage online, on TV, via radio and more on a wide range of devices including smartphones and tablets. See also: Best travel gadgets: Top tech to take on holiday with you this summer.
Whether you couldn't afford tickets, failed to get some or just didn't fancy spending the weekend with thousands of others in muddy fields, we've got you covered so you can feel like you attended one of the biggest music festivals there is from the comfort of your own home when you can make a cuppa, go to the toilet whenever and have a nice shower.
As usual, the BBC is your go-to provider for pretty comprehensive Glastonbury 2015 live coverage – whether you want to watch online, on your TV, your mobile, listen on the radio or via the Red Button. The broadcaster said this year's coverage is bigger than ever before and will include live streams of six stages and highlights of more than 90 artists on iPlayer.
Glastonbury 2015 Line-up and headliners
The slightly contraversial line-up for Glastonbury 2015 includes Florence and the Machine, Kanye West and The Who headlining the Pyramid Stage. The Other Stage will be headlined by Rudamental, deadmou5 and The Chemical Brothers.
The Park Stage hosts Super Fury Animals, John Hopkins and Ryan Adams while the John Peel Stage is headlined by Enter Shikari, Suede and FFS (Franz Ferdinand and Sparks). You can see the full line-up on the BBC website.
How to watch Glastonbury 2015 live online
Like previous years, you can get plenty of Glastonbury live coverage via the BBC Glastonbury website where you'll be able to choose which stage you want to watch from. The Pyramid, Other, John Peel, West Holts, Park and BBC Introducing stages will all be streamed live in HD and you can watch on PC, smartphone, tablet and your smart TV.
The website will also be the place to go to watch back any performances you missed and make sure to use BBC iPlayer for live Glastonbury 2015 coverage and catch-up afterwards, too. Following @bbcglasto will also help you keep up with everything that's happening at the music festival.
How to watch Glastonbury 2015 live on TV
You don't have to watch online, of course, as the traditional television will also feed your need for live music without standing in a muddy field.
The BBC has confirmed it will broadcast more than 30 hours of coverage across BBC One, BBC Two, BBC Three and BBC Four. The One Show will kick-off the Glastonbury 2015 live coverage on TV on 26 June at 7pm then coverage will continue elsewhere – see below for details.
BBC Two (7.30-8.30pm, 10pm-10.30pm and 11pm-2am)
BBC Three (7pm-8.50pm and 11pm-12.15am)
BBC Four (8.30pm-10pm)
You'll want to tune into BBC Two to catch the Glastonbury 2015 headline acts presented by Mark Radcliffe, Lauren Laverne, Jo Whiley, Huw Stephens and Gemma Cairney. BBC Three hosts Greg James, Clara Amfo and Alice Levine will provide alternative coverage and BBC Four will handpick highlights from classic and contemporary acts.
If you want to watch Glastonbury 2015 live on the Red Button then there will be more than 60 hours of highlights starting at 7pm on 26 June, 4:30pm on Saturday and 6:15pm onwards on the final day. The Red Button is available on Virgin Media's TiVo service and a range of recent Sony, Samsung, LG and Panasonic Smart TVs.
How to listen to Glastonbury 2015 live on radio
For Glastonbury 2015, the BBC is broadcasting more than 50 hours of coverage so you can tune into Radio 1, BBC Radio 1Xtra, BBC Radio 2 and BBC 6 Music to catch the festival over the weekend. See below for the breakdown.
Radio 1 and 1Xtra listeners will be kept up to date with the goings on at Worthy Farm by Annie Mac, Huw Stephens, Alice Levine, DJ Target, Charlie Sloth and Clara Amfo. Both stations broadcast Kanye West's headline performance from the Pyramid Stage live on Saturday night from 9pm.
Chris Evans is kicking things off on Radio 2 with a Glastonbury 2015 breakfast show from 7am. Jo Whiley and Dermot O'Leary will bring live moments from the best of the festival with two special afternoon shows on the Saturday and Sunday.
Meanwhile, BBC 6 Music will be showcasing an array of the alternative side of Glastonbury, with Lauren Laverne, Steve Lamacq, Stuart Maconie and Cerys Matthews. The BBC Asian Network presenter Yasser will be appearing on all BBC radio stations to bring you the potential future headliners of the BBC Introducing stage.
You can also get the BBC iPlayer Radio app for both iOS and Android smartphones and tablets to listen to coverage.
Glastonbury 2015 App
Once again, the festival has teamed up with EE to create the Glastonbury Festival 2015 app which provides plenty of information for anyone attending but also live streams. Available on iOS and Android.
Glastonbury 2015 live webcam
As if all the above wasn't enough, there is a Glastonbury 2015 live webcam which you can access on the BBC site. The camera is sat atop the barn bringing a spectacular view of the festival including the Pyramid Stage, John Peel and Greenfields.