Glastonbury 2013 line-up: your full guide

Plan how and what to watch if you're joining in with the festival at home, with Friday highlights and the full weekend schedule

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Forget the mud, wellies and face paint, you can kick back and enjoy this three day festival from home in so many ways.

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This year for the first time the BBC has 150 acts live online as well as extensive coverage on TV and radio. 

HOW TO WATCH

Television

BBC2, BBC3 and BBC4 will have live coverage, perfomances and highlights Friday – Sunday. BBC1 has The One Show (Friday) and a festival-themed Songs of Praise (Sunday). 

Red Button 

Press the red button between 9pm and 2am on Friday and Saturday, or between 4.30pm and 2am on Sunday. Choose from two streams on Freeview, while Sky, Virgin and Freesat will have three streams available. 

Online 

The five major stages and the BBC Introducing stage will be live-streamed via bbc.co.uk/glastonbury and can be accessed by computer, smartphone and tablet (via the website or free BBC iPlayer Radio app) or via the BBC’s Connected Red Button service or Viring TiVo. You can also catch acts you’ve missed on BBC iPlayer. 

…and listen

Radio 1, 1 Xtra, Radio 2 and 6 Music will be covering the festival throughout the weekend. 

WHAT TO WATCH

Friday 

Pyramid stage

8.15 pm Dizzee Rascal The next PM? No. King of UK grime? Yes

10.15pm Arctic Monkeys Indie-rock darlings and tonight’s headliners


Other stage

10.30pm Portishead Ethereal West Country trip-hoppers


West holts stage

8.30pm Seasick Steve Gruff bluesman — a Jools Holland favourite

10.15pm Chic featuring Nile Rodgers A truly great guitarist — who plays all the hits


Park stage

10.45pm The Horrors Doomy rockers with a slight Simple Minds vibe


Saturday

Pyramid stage

2pm Laura Mvula Deeply impressive rising star of UK nu-soul

3.30pm Ben Howard Diffident but anthemic Brit Award-winner

5.15pm Elvis Costello Evergreen agitator and master pop composer

7pm Primal Scream Cocky rockers, often dismissed as Stones-lite

9.30pm The Rolling Stones The actual Rolling Stones


Other stage

3pm Azealla Banks Potty-mouthed by thrillingly innovative rapper

4.30pm Noah and the Whale Cutesy indie singalongs; classic festival fodder

6pm Alabama Shakes Super-authentic retro soul with great vocals

7.30pm the Door Cinema Club Jittery, streamlined indie rock from N Ireland

9pm Example Chartbusting dance-rap bad boy

10.30pm Chase and Status Bratty, ravey drum’n’bass duo


John Peel stage

3pm Toy Swirling, pleasingly overblown psychedelia

4pm The Strypes Ludicrously young Them-style blues-rockers

5pm Daughter Powerfully heartfelt but elegant folk-pop

6.20pm Johnny Marr A flat-out guitar legend. He sings the Smiths!

7,50pm Savages Serious post-punk with hints of Joy Division

9.10pm Everything Everything Fractured melodies from Manchester

10.45pm Hurts Ambitious synth duo


Park stage

2.45pm Ed Harcourt Restrained, thoughtful songwriter

4.14pm Haim Cool Californian pop. Watch for the bass face!

5.30pm Devendra Banhart An eccentric, eclectic, multilingual freakout

7pm Rodriquez Mexican-American troubadour, revived at 70

8.45pm Calexico Brainstorming country-rock virtuosos

11pm F*** Buttons Pounding electronic noise. An acquired taste


West Holts stage

2.45pm The Bombay Royale Bollywood sounds, from Australia! Loads of fun

4.15pm Badbadnotgood Tricksy, jazzy instrumentals. Not loads of fun

5.45pm The Orb featuring Kakatsitsi Ambient house pioneers who played Glasto ’93

7.15pm Maverick Sabre Soul man trapped in the body of a hard nut

8.45pm Major Lazer Digital dancehall/dubstep. Go on, give it a go

10.15pm Public Enemy Simply the greatest hip-hop crew of all time


BBC Introducing stage

12.45pm Camp Stag Stoke-on-Trent all-guitar four-piece

1.30pm Jay Brown Singer/songwriter mixing hip-hop with rock riffs

2.15pm By the Rivers Contemporary white reggae – from Leicester

3.45pm Ady Suleiman Confessional new soul singer

4.30pm Holy Esque Hysterical, riffy rock in classic indie vein

5.15pm Indiana From Nottingham. The xx meets, er, Dido

6.45pm Ruen Brothers Clattering 1950s-style rock ‘n’ roll

8.25pm Daughter Folky songs with an emotional edge


Sunday

Pyramid stage

2pm Rufus Wainwright Magnificently theatrical songwriter

3.45pm Kenny Rogers Yes, THE Kenny Rogers, country legend

6pm Vampire Weekend Incredibly hip, incredibly good US indie-pop

7.45pm Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds Awesome Aussie storytellers

9.45pm Mumford & Sons Astonishingly popular folky Brits


Other stage

2.50pm I Am Kloot Brittle song-crafters with shades of Elbow

4.10pm Public Image Limited John Lydon’s reformed conceptual post-punks

5.30pm Of Monsters and Men More jaunty folk-pop. This lot are from Iceland

6.50pm Editors Po-faced but accomplished UK indie

8.20pm Smashing Pumpkins Huge in the 90s, still a powerful rock outfit

10.05pm The xx Highly rated, elliptical songs of loss and love


John Peel stage

2.20pm Deap Vally Hair-throwing, micro-shorted riff queens

3.20pm Villagers Chiming folk-pop again, but with hidden oomph

4.30pm Tom Odell Hot new piano man – about to be massive

5.45pm Jessie Ware Classy pop with hints of the 1980s

7.15pm James Blake Intimate songs offset by glitchy electronics

8.45pm Tyler, the Creator and Earl Sweatshirt Uncompromising hip-hop

10.15pm Phoenix Supersmooth French pop; Daft Punk’s old pals


Park stage

2.30pm Tim Burgess Charlatans frontman, now gone a bit country

4.00pm Laura Mvula Great new soul singer, back for a second spot

5.30pm Michael Kiwanuka Acoustic troubadour with a nice soul grizzle

7pm Steve Mason Adventurous, political electronica

8.30pm Cat Power Hugely revered, bluesy US singer


West Holts stage

2.05pm Dub Colossus UK/Ethiopian dub reggae. Good if the sun shines

3.25pm The Congos Authors of classic reggae album Heart of… 

4.45pm Ondatropica A salsa, funk and dub party, Bogota-style

6.15pm Sergio Mendes Brazilian veteran of Mas Que Nada fame

7.45pm Lianne La Havas Rising soul star with more grit than most

9.30pm Bobby Womack A force of nature and bona fide soul legend


BBC Introducing stage

1.30pm Trwbador Welsh duo specialising in folky electronica

2.15pm George Ezra Pasty white boy with a surprising soul growl

3.45 The Katana’s Kenyan-British identical twins sing R&B

4.30pm Skuff New rapper. Joe Lipscomb to his friends

5.15pm Shakka Charismatic UK singer/rapper. With two ks

6.45pm Twin Falls Old-school anthemic indie

7.30pm Siblings Derbyshire’s answer to Vampire Weekend

8.25pm Mikill Pane Intelligent London MC with pop sensibilities

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