Glastonbury is back for the first time since 2019 and the headliner on Sunday will be hip-hop legend Kendrick Lamar. 

Kendrick Lamar is set to perform for Glastonbury Festival-goers this year with a set on the famous Pyramid stage.

The American will top the billing on the final day of the festival, following Billie Eilish on the Friday and Beatles legend Paul McCartney on Saturday.

There are no tickets for Glastonbury left this year so anyone attempting to go last minute will be wasting a journey. For those attending the festival, getting to the stage early will be ideal for getting the best view as Kendrick blazes through DNA, King Kunta and LOYALTY.

The BBC will have full coverage of Kendrick Lamar's headline set at Glastonbury this year.

Coverage will start on BBC Two at 9.30pm, around 15 minutes before Kendrick is scheduled to go on stage and it will run to midnight.

You can also watch it after on the Glastonbury channel which has been set up on BBC iPlayer.

The BBC said Lamar is "one of the biggest names and most distinctive voices inhip-hop".

It added: "Expect to be blown away by a gripping and powerful performance that showcases the MC’s exceptional lyrical talent and music that continually pushes boundaries."