Glastonbury 2023: What time is Lizzo playing and setlist - how to watch on TV and iPlayer
Lizzo is set to perform on the Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury this weekend - but what time will her performance start?
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Glastonbury Festival is around the corner and festivalgoers from all over the country will flock to Worthy Farm for the legendary music event. Around 210,000 festivalgoers are expected to attend the event between June 21 and 25, with Pyramid Stage headliners including Guns N’ Roses, Arctic Monkeys and Sir Elton John over the weekend.
Other acts on the Pyramid Stage this weekend include Lizzo, Blondie and Lewis Capaldi. Over the weekend, more than 1,000 other acts will perform across more than 100 stages at Glastonbury 2023.
When Glastonbury tickets went live in November 2022, they sold out in minutes. At the time, organisers for the festival said: “Demand far exceeded supply”. The festival held their ticket resale on April 23, offering up any tickets which weren’t paid for in full before the deadline. However, this batch of tickets sold out in just six minutes.
As Lizzo is set to perform on the Pyramid Stage on Saturday night, many people are wondering what time her performance will take place and what tunes she’ll play for fans at Worthy Farm. Here’s everything you need to know about Lizzo’s Glastonbury slot.
Glastonbury 2023 - what time is Lizzo playing?
Lizzo will perform the Pyramid Stage on Saturday night. The singer’s set time is 7.30pm to 8.30pm.
Glastonbury 2023 Lizzo setlist
Lizzo’s setlist for Glastonbury 2023 is being kept under wraps until the event. Here’s a list of the songs Lizzo could play as part of her Glastonbury set, based on her last show at the XL Centre in Hartford, US, according to setlist.fm.
- Cuz I Love You
- 2 Be Loved (Am I Ready)
- Break Up Twice
- Like a Girl
- Everybody’s Gay
- Water Me
- Heaven Help Me
- Truth Hurts
- I Love You B***h
- Good as Hell
- About Damn Time
Glastonbury 2023 - how to watch Lizzo on TV
Lizzo’s performance will be available to watch on BBC One between 9pm and 10pm on Saturday night. It will also be available to watch live on BBC iPlayer.