Tomorrow (Sunday, June 26), Coldplay will headline the final night of Glastonbury 2016, becoming the first act to headline the festival for the fourth time. If you can’t make the trip to the festival itself, here are all the details you need to know to can catch the sure-to-be unforgettable performance on the Pyramid Stage from home:
The band are scheduled to take the stage at 9:30 PM BST. Here is a time converter you can use to determine what time they’ll be performing in your time zone so you don’t miss it!
The audio of the performance will be livestreamed on BBC Radio 2 worldwide, which you can listen to here. If you live in the UK, you can also catch the performance live on BBC 2 on TV. However, if you live outside the UK, you can still watch it on the BBC website here using a proxy or you can watch our livestream which will be available on our homepage closer to the event!
Coldplay are set to be joined onstage by Davide Rossi, who the band collaborated with on “Viva La Vida.” There are also rumours of other guest appearances, further adding hype to the already much anticipated performance.
“We’re in a time when a lot of things separate and divide us – Brexit, walls – so hopefully our concerts are saying the opposite at the moment. Everyone in our band comes from disparate places, but Glastonbury is the one place we all feel we come from,” said Chris Martin in an interview for The Guardian.
You can discuss the performance, setlist, and more in the forums thread here and follow Coldplaying on Twitter for updates leading up to and through the event. Watch a video of the band playing “Viva La Vida” from their performance at the festival in 2011 below:
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