This year fans of the Glastonbury Festival will be able to enjoy the event without having to put up with muddy fields, lost tents and primitive plumbing.
For the first time a virtual festival will feature live online streaming of a pick of performances, which this year include Muse, Orbital and Black Rebel Motorcycle Club.
The BBC, which is providing the virtual Glastonbury site, will leave it up and running after the festival so that viewers can watch highlights of the performances again on demand.
PlayLouder.com, the firm producing the video feeds for the BBC, has confirmed that video will be available online for a month after the event.
The BBC said that a special edition of its Radio Player will offer Glastonbury-related shows on demand.
Prior to the festival fans can watch performances from BBC Three's Glastonbury Calling programme, including studio sessions by Tim Booth, Goldfrapp, Starsailor and The Delays.
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