Thousands of people should have been descending on Worthy Farm in Somerset this weekend for Glastonbury Festival.
This year was set to be all about celebrating the iconic event’s 50th anniversary but due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Glasto party has been put on hold until 2021.
Paul McCartney, Taylor Swift and Dianna Ross were just three of the many names due to take to the Pyramid Stage over the weekend.
Festival organisers Micheal and Emily Eavis announced in March that the festival, which was due to take place from June 24 to 28, was taking an “enforced fallow year”.
But Emily has said that next years event will be a “double celebration” during an interview on BBC 6 Music.
“Because we’re rolling two festivals together, we’ve got a hell of a lot of surprises that we were planning for the 50th and I think we’re going to try and get those things going for next year,” she told host Lauren Laverne.
“Logistically it’s a little bit complicated because we’d already pencilled in many, many of the acts for 2021… so we’re trying to work out how much we can fit into next year.”
But while many eagerly await its return, there’s a way you don’t have to be void of any Glastonbury action this year.
Fans can reminisce and relive memorable festival moments thanks to the BBC and the Glastonbury Experience 2020.
From today (June 25), sets from classic performers will be made available across TV, radio and online – and your favourite is sure to be in the mix.
Here’s a rundown of what you can see and listen to over the weekend:
Glasto celebrations will also take place on Radio 2, 6 Music and 1Xtra. Highlights include a special series of shows from Jo Whiley on Radio 2 from Monday 22 June and there will be Stormzy, Dave and JAY-Z listening parties on 1Xtra.
On iPlayer there will be your over 100 performances from your favourite Glastonbury performers of years gone by, plus over 20 standout tracks.
Friday, June 26
- The Glastonbury Experience Live at 8.30pm
- Beyonce at Glastonbury 2011 at 10pm
- Glastonbury 2019 (compilation) at 11.30pm
- Elbow at Glastonbury 2011 at 9pm
- Arthur Lee & Love: Forever Changes at Glastonbury 2003 at 10pm
- Glastonbury Backstage Acoustics at 11pm
- Jay-Z at Glastonbury at 11.30pm
Saturday, June 27
- The Glastonbury Experience Live at 8pm
- Adele at Glastonbury 2016 at 9.30pm
- Coldplay at Glastonbury at 11.05pm
- Glastonbury Backstage Acoustics at 7pm
- Toots & The Maytals at Glastonbury 2010 at 7.30pm
- The Chemical Brothers at Glastonbury at 10.20pm
- Best of Glastonbury 2000 at 11.10pm
Sunday, June 28
Glastonbury Tea Time Legends at 6.30pm
The Glastonbury Experience Live at 8pm
David Bowie at Glastonbury 2000 at 9.30pm