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Here's how to watch Stormzy headline Glastonbury's Pyramid Stage on Friday 28th June. Find out more about his setlist, performance times and more.
Glastonbury 2019 is finally here, and Stormzy is set to make history this week as the first Grime MC to headline the festival's iconic Pyramid stage.
The London rapper will take to the stage on Friday 28th June, and fans are expecting to hear some of his biggest hits including 'Big For Your Boots' and 'Shut Up', as well as new bangers 'Vossi Bop' and 'Crown'.
Over 200,000 ticketholders are expected to descend on Worthy Farm this week, but if you missed out on a ticket, we've got you covered - here's how you can watch the festival from the comfort of your own home.
On Friday night, BBC Two will be airing Stormzy's performance on the Pyramid Stage and highlighting the best bits from the first day of the festival.
You can also select the Red Button and watch various highlights from different stages, and on-demand options will also be available across the weekend.
The 'Cold' rapper will be headlining the Pyramid stage at 10:15pm on Friday 28th June, with the set expected to wrap up at around 11:45pm.
That's a solid hour-and-a-half slot for Big Mike!
Stormzy hasn't yet revealed his exact setlist for his Glastonbury performance, but viewers can expect a big show from the award-winning rapper.
His 2017 debut album 'Gang Signs & Prayer' housed massive tunes like 'Big For Your Boots', 'Cold', 'Blinded By Your Grace' and more, which he already performed during his 2017 Glastonbury set on The Other Stage.
Additionally, his new songs 'Vossi Bop' and 'Crown' have swiftly become fan favourites, so we're expecting to see these new ones on the setlist as well.
Stormzy is pretty unlikely to confirm whether or not he's bringing anyone out on stage at Glastonbury, but fans are already expecting some big surprises.
His collaborators include J Hus, MoStack, Jorja Smith, MNEK, Krept & Konan and more, while the rapper is known for lifting up various rappers and artists on the UK scene. Could his performance be a celebration of that?