UPDATE 2: The free stream has been taken down but there are ticket options today.

UPDATE: After technical difficulties, Glastonbury opened the stream to the public. Watch here.

There's no Glastonbury this year due to COVID, but organizers have put together a very cool livestream event, Live at Worthy Farm, that happens today starting at 7 PM in various time zones. (The earliest to watch is Greenwich time which is 2 PM Eastern.) Just added to the lineup is The Smile -- aka Radiohead's Thom Yorke & Jonny Greenwood with drummer Tom Skinner (Sons of Kemet)-- who will "be performing a first ever set of new, original music."

UPDATE: The Smile sound pretty great, not that different than Radiohead, but leaner, more stripped down, mainly just guitar, bass, drums and Fender Rhodes. They played eight songs and have shared a "We Don't Know What Tomorrow Brings" and "Thin Thing" from the performance:

Check out the setlist from The Smile's eight-song Live at Worthy Farm set below.

Live At Worthy farm also features sets from Wolf Alice, Michael Kiwanuka, George Ezra, IDLES, HAIM, Coldplay, Damon Albarn, Jorja Smith, and Kano, plus a "DJ set from: Honey Dijon ft Róisín Murphy. All the performances were filmed at the festival site just for this streaming event. The five-hour special also features "a unique spoken word narrative" provided by PJ Harvey, Jarvis Cocker, Kae Tempest, George The Poet, Kurupt FM, Little Amal and Glastonbury founder Michael Eavis.

The Smile might not be the only special guest in store during Live at Worth Farm as they're promising "a number of unannounced surprise performances."

Tickets are on sale now with a a choice of start times, and you can watch a trailer and view the announced lineup and schedule below.


7.00pm: Wolf Alice
7.30pm: Michael Kiwanuka
7.55pm: George Ezra
8.05pm: IDLES
8.40pm: HAIM
9.10pm: Coldplay
9.50pm: Damon Albarn
10.35pm: Jorja Smith
11.00pm: The Smile
11.35pm: Kano
12:15am DJ Honey Dijon ft Róisín Murphy

Skating on the Surface
The Smoke
You Will Never Work in Television Again
Just Eyes and Mouth
We Don't Know What Tomorrow Will Bring
Thin Thing

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