Glastonbury fans are convinced something is happening on site after trucks are spotted at Worthy Farm

Glastonbury fans are convinced a live broadcast will be happening from the site at Worthy Farm in Pilton this weekend after suspected TV trucks were spotted on the BBC Glastonbury webcam. Today marks the day where Worthy Farm should have been opening its gates for the iconic 50th edition which would have featured headliners Kendrick Lamar, Sir Paul McCartney and Taylor Swift. But because of the coronavirus pandemic the festival had to be cancelled.

However, fans who will now be watching from home have noticed white trucks pulled up right by the Pyramid Stage in recent days.

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The BBC has planed hours of coverage across its channels and radio stations to give people ‘The Glastonbury Experience’ at home – but the trucks on site have sparked speculation and rumours of a potential live broadcast from the farm itself this weekend. GlastoFestFeed published the news on social media when the mysterious white trucks arrived. They wrote: “So looking at the @bbcglasto‘s webcam – It appears a few vehicles have pulled up at Worthy Farm this morning… and we’re not talking farm tractors here…”

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The BBC’s Glastonbury programming schedule includes space for several special guests – so if the rumours are true, perhaps those slots will see some performances from Worthy Farm.

Glastonbury organisers have also shared a “virtual line-up” collating the upcoming coverage and online content which will be available in celebration of its 50th-anniversary. For news tailored to your local area, powered by In Your Area: The online bill includes 2020 main stage Spotify playlists, a portal allowing punters to upload their photo memories and the recently announced V&A online exhibition.

Fans will also be able to explore individual Glastonbury areas such as Block 9, The Common, The Glade and Unfairground – who will each be offering up live-streams and new content over the weekend.

R.A.E has also been announced as the winner of Glastonbury’s Emerging Talent Competition 2020.

Organisers opted to go ahead with the annual contest as planned, unveiling the results via Twitter instead of their usual ceremony at Pilton Working Men’s Club.

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