Some of the biggest musical acts in the world are on the set list for this year's Glastonbury Festival, including Gen-Z sensation Billie Eilish.

The live music event at Worthy Farm was postponed in 2020 and 2021 due to the Covid-19 pandemic and now festival-goers are eagerly waiting to return on June 22 to experience the live performances once again.

With several hits already under her belt, such as Bad Guy and Ocean Eyes, Billie is breaking the record as she steps on the stage as the youngest ever headliner for the festival, at just 20 years old.

This is in contrast to Sir Paul McCartney, who will be the oldest performer in Glastonbury as he performs on Saturday evening.

But don't worry if you didn't manage to make it to the festival in Somerset, as you can still experience the performance from the comfort of your home.

You will be able to watch her set live from Glastonbury on BBC Two from 9.30pm on Friday night.

But the BBC iPlayer has also launched a dedicated Glastonbury channel from Thursday, June 23, which will present four days of live-streamed performances and much more, so you will also be able to watch over on the BBC iPlayer.