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Dua Lipa and Coldplay’s Glastonbury 2024 sets will be first to be streamed globally

The Friday and Saturday night sets from Worthy Farm will be streamed worldwide on the BBC website.

By Will Richards

Dua Lipa (Picture: Michael Bailey-Gates) and Coldplay (Wikimedia Commons)

Coldplay and Dua Lipa‘s headline sets at Glastonbury 2024 this weekend will be first to ever be streamed globally from the festival.

Fans worldwide will be able to watch the pair of acts headline the Pyramid Stage worldwide on the BBC’s website, on Saturday and Friday nights respectively.

Coldplay’s set comes after they announced details of their forthcoming 10th studio album, Moon Music, alongside first single, ‘feelslikeimfallinginlove’, while Dua Lipa is touring behind new album Radical Optimism.

At Glastonbury 2024, the pair will be joined as Pyramid Stage headliners by SZA. Shania Twain will occupy the traditional Sunday afternoon Legends’ Slot. Others to take to the iconic main stage will be LCD Soundsystem, K-pop band SEVENTEENBurna BoyPJ HarveyJanelle MonáeOlivia Dean and more.

Earlier this month, Glastonbury announced its full 2024 line-up and details of stage times. Over recent weeks, the festival have been sharing stage-by-stage announcements, including the news that the festival’s towering Arcadia spider will be replaced by a giant dragonfly, that the Genosys stage will return to Block9 and the end of The Rabbit Hole after 17 years at the festival, replaced by new venues The Wishing Well and Scissors in The Park.

Elsewhere at Glastonbury 2024, the lauded NYC Downlow club will host its first ever Downlow Day Party on the Saturday of the festival, hosted by François K, while Katharine Hamnett will join forces with Block9 for an initiative encouraging attendees to vote in the UK General Election, announced on Wednesday to take place the week after Glastonbury.

The festival will also host a series of celebrations honouring the life of late radio legend Annie Nightingale. Nightingale, who was the first female presenter to appear on BBC Radio 1, died at the age of 83 at her home in London this January.