The likes of Taylor Swift, Kendrick Lamar and Sir Paul McCartney were due to headline Glastonbury this year as the festival celebrated its 50th anniversary.
Those plans were scuppered in March when the festival was cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
In its place, the BBC is showing a series of historic performances from previous years, including headline sets by Adele, Coldplay and David Bowie.
More highlights and sets will be shown across BBC2, BBC Four and the iPlayer over the weekend this year’s festival was due to take place.
In total more than 60 performances will be available across the weekend, with sets by Amy Winehouse, Blur, Lady Gaga, The Rolling Stones and Arctic Monkeys all promised.
If you’re left feeling like you want to get to next year’s festival, here’s all the information you need to know.
Glastonbury 2021 dates
The dates for next year’s Glastonbury Festival have already been confirmed.
In a statement announcing this year’s cancellation, organisers Michael and Emily Eavis said Wednesday June 23-Sunday June 27 are the dates for Glastonbury 2021.
They’ve also promised that the 50th anniversary celebrations will be rolled over to next June, saying: “We were so looking forward to welcoming you all for our 50th anniversary with a line-up full of fantastic artists and performers that we were incredibly proud to have booked.”
Glastonbury 2021 tickets
People with 2020 bookings who had paid their £50 deposits, have already been given the opportunity to have their reservation rolled over to next year.
Even though deposits are being rolled over, the final cost will be determined by 2021 ticket prices, meaning the final price could be higher than this year’s festival.
Organisers will confirm full prices in September while final balances will need to be paid in April 2021.
Children aged 12 or under do not need a ticket for Glastonbury. However, if you have a child who turns 13 before next year’s festival, you’re asked to register them.
Organisers then say: “Once you have their registration number, please contact us using the ‘Any Other Enquiries’ option on the Festival Contact form as soon as possible ahead of 15th September 2020, for information on how to book an additional ticket.”
The rolled over bookings apply to general admission, coach packages and accommodation.
Anyone wishing to cancel and receive a full refund can do so, but you must apply by September 15. Any refund requests made after that date will have usual admin fees applied.
Those wanting a refund are asked to contact See Tickets directly.
For those who are rolling their bookings over until next year, new 2021 terms and conditions will apply from September 15.
New 2021 tickets will be available later in the year for those who hadn’t planned to go to this year’s festival.
Organisers said in a statement: “Yes, just as we were due to have a resale in April for the 2020 Festival, any tickets for which the deposit is returned before 15th September 2020 will be made available in a ticket sale in early October.
“To book tickets in any sale you will first need to be registered.”
Those already registered do not need to re-register but are advised to check their photo is up to date.
Children aged 12 or under during Glastonbury 2021 are allowed in for free, without a ticket, and do not need to be registered.