If, like us, you were far  too lazy to get out of bed in time to get your hands on a ticket for this year's Glastonbury, there's no need to worry as it's just been announced that the festival will be streamed live on the BBC for the first time.

Glastonbury to be streamed live by the BBC for the first time

Glasto is always a sell-out with a big wrestle for tickets, but if you missed out then you'll still have the chance to keep up with all the action going on down at Worthy Farm when the festival kicks off in June.

The BBC have traditionally covered the festival on both TV and the radio, but this year they are getting all fancy with their technology and have announced plans to broadcast content live, allowing us armchair festival goers the chance to choose from simultaneous live streams that'll cover acts playing across all the major stages.

Having had their traditional year off to let the festival site recover last year, we'd imagine that the organisers will be keen to be back with a bang this year and there's already a pile of rumours about who could be taking to the stage.

Glastonbury to be streamed live by the BBC for the first time

It's not just indie acts that'll be heading to Glasto either and back in 2011 Beyonce headlined the infamous Pyramid Stage, but having seen the state of the mud, we're probably ok watching from the sofa.

Who do you want to see on the line up this year?

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