Live at Worthy Farm, Glastonbury’s ticketed livestream for 2021, has added more artists and today announced set timings plus an ‘encore’ repeat screening for the following day.
George Ezra and Róisín Murphy will join previously announced musicians Coldplay, Damon Albarn, Haim, Idles, Jorja Smith, Kano, Michael Kiwanuka, Wolf Alice and DJ Honey Dijon, performing on Saturday, 22 May from different locations across the festival site, including the Pyramid Field and Stone Circle.
The uninterrupted five-hour extravaganza will also feature a spoken word narrative, provided by PJ Harvey, Jarvis Cocker, Kae Tempest, George The Poet, Kurupt FM, Little Amal and Glastonbury founder, Michael Eavis.
All performers have waived their fees to appear as part of Live at Worthy Farm. The event will be directed by Paul Dugdale, who has previously directed concert films for artists including Taylor Swift and the Rolling Stones.
Viewers can pay £20 to stream the event live from four staggered timezones or purchase a 2pm or 7pm BST ticket for the Sunday encore.
If viewers miss the beginning of their allotted stream, there is a rewind function – allowing them to go back and enjoy the full show again or re-watch individual sets for up to five hours after the stream ends.
The event will support Glastonbury’s three main charitable partners, Oxfam, Greenpeace and WaterAid, as well as helping to secure the festival’s return in 2022.
Set timings for Saturday, 22 May are as follows:
- 19.00 Wolf Alice
- 19.25 Michael Kiwanuka
- 19.55 George Ezra
- 20.05 Idles
- 20.30 Haim
- 21.05 Coldplay
- 21.50 Damon Albarn
- 22.35 Jorja Smith
- 23.05 Special guest
- 23.35 Kano
- 00.00 DJ Honey Dijon ft Róisín Murphy