In case you missed out on a ticket, you can watch an absolute sh*tload over the weekend on the BBC.
The BBC has comprehensive coverage of this year's Glastonbury Festival of Contemporary Performing Arts, with more than 30 hours of live television across BBC Two, BBC Three and BBC Four.
The BBC's coverage includes the best from the Pyramid, Other, John Peel and Jazz/World stages, special acoustic performances, and reports from the wider and wilder parts of Worthy Farm, capturing the festival spirit for armchair revellers.
On BBC Two, Jo Whiley, Phill Jupitus, Lauren Laverne and Mark Radcliffe present from backstage, on stage and possibly above stage by helicopter. The network kicks off with an introductory show on Friday evening, before offering live headline acts from the Pyramid Stage each night, including Arctic Monkeys, The Killers and The Who. BBC Two also has lengthy afternoon slots on Saturday and Sunday.
Zane Lowe and Edith Bowman are BBC Three's hosts for the weekend, with Colin Murray on hand to cover the early hours and Rufus Hound as roving reporter. BBC Three has all the big live acts throughout the evening, taking a break during BBC Two's live coverage of the headliners at 11pm, before continuing into the early hours.
BBC Four broadcasts selected performances from the festival throughout the weekend, starting at 9pm on Friday night and featuring the likes of Rufus Wainwright, Arcade Fire and Björk.
The BBC also has four streams of Red button highlights over the weekend, offering a broad selection of bands and artists that viewers may have missed in the live-to-air coverage. Key concerts each night are also screened in high definition.