Glastonbury is one of the most popular music festivals in the world
Glastonbury is one of the most popular music festivals in the world.Screenshot/ Glastonbury

The BBC is back with Glastonbury 2015. One of the most famous music festivals of the world will kick off on 26 June at Worthy Farm, Pilton. And there are many ways to catch all the action live online.

The gates of this much-awaited festival have opened and one can visit the BBC website for Glastonbury 2015 live coverage on TV, online, radio and mobile.

If you have missed the opportunity to be present at Somerset for Glastonbury, we will tell you where to catch the live coverage of the event.

Where to Stream it Live Online

Click here to choose the stage you want to live stream in HD. You can watch it either on PC, smartphone, TV or your tablet. You could also catch performances that you have missed.

Where to Watch it on TV

BBC has announced that it will be broadcasting over 30 hours of coverage across BBC One (The One Show), BBC Two, BBC Three and BBC Four.

The One Show will kick off BBC's TV coverage of the festival on Friday, 26 June (between 7 and 7.30 pm) and coverage continues on:

BBC Two (7.30-8.30 pm, 10-10.30 pm and 11 pm-2am)

BBC Three (7-8.50 pm and 11 pm-12.15am)

BBC Four (8.30-10 pm)

BBC Two will also broadcast big headliners, acts and moments from Glastonbury through the weekend and these will be presented by Mark Radcliffe, Lauren Laverne, Jo Whiley, Huw Stephens and Gemma Cairney.

If you wish to stream Glastonbury on Red Button, then there will be 60 hours of highlights from the festival, starting on 26 June, 7 pm onwards, and 4.30 pm onwards on 27 June.

Where to Listen on Radio:

BBC radio stations will broadcast over 50 hours of coverage across BBC Radio 1, BBC Radio 1Xtra, BBC Radio 2 and BBC 6 Music. While on Radio 2, Chris Evans will kick off proceedings with a special broadcast of his Breakfast Show live from the site on 26 June (7-10am), Radio 1 and 1Xtra's will join to simulcast Kanye West's headline performance from the Pyramid Stage on 27 June (9 pm-midnight).

Where to Download the Glastonbury 2015 App:

Click here to download the Glastonbury 2015 app for iOS and Android, which has been created to give all the required information about the music festival.

After a lot of controversies around the changed headline act (Foo Fighters backed out after front man Dave Grohl broke his leg), the final line-up was announced and it included some real big names, bands and artistes. With over 90 artists performing across 6 stages, here are some amazing headliners and performances to look forward to at Glastonbury 2015:

Pyramid Stage: Florence + The Machine, Motörhead, Kanye West, The Who, Pharrell Williams, The Waterboys, alt-J, Lionel Richie, Hozier among others.

Other Stage: Rudimental,The Vaccines,deadmau5, The Maccabees, Clean Bandit, The Chemical Brothers, etc.

The Park Stage: Rhodes, Super Furry Animals, Ryan Adams, Wolf Alice, Jon Hopkins, Spiritualised, The Fall, Fat White Family, etc.

John Peel Stage: Enter Shikari, Suede, FFS, Chrli XCX, Django Django, Death From Above 1979, Peace, etc.

West Holts Stage: Hot Chip, Flying lotus, Vintage Trouble, FKA Twigs, etc.

BBC Introducing Stage: Bearcubs, Pretty Vicious, ZIBRA, Asylums, NAo, etc.

Glastonbury Festival 2015 is happening at Worthy Farm, Pilton between 26 June and 29 June.