Louis Tomlinson Brings His Own TV to Glastonbury Festival in Order to Watch European Soccer Match

On Sunday, June 30, England played Slovakia in the UEFA European Football Championship

<p>Jeff Spicer/Getty</p> Louis Tomlinson

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Louis Tomlinson

Louis Tomlinson won't let anything get in between him and the big game.

On Sunday, June 30, the former One Direction member, 32, had a TV set up at Glastonbury Festival to watch England play against Slovakia for a spot in the UEFA European Football Championship quarter-finals.

While the music festival has streamed games in the past, the festival announced it would not be doing the same this year in effort to avoid clashing with headlining sets, per BuzzFeed News.

Tomlinson, however, took matters into his own hands and brought in a TV for festival-goers to watch the big game.

<p>Lottie Tomlinson/Instagram</p> Louis Tomlinson and Lottie Tomlinson

Lottie Tomlinson/Instagram

Louis Tomlinson and Lottie Tomlinson

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Per The Guardian, Tomlinson left the festival on Sunday morning and purchased the TV, generator and a dongle to hotspot from his phone.

The "Kill My Mind" singer attended the festival with his sister Lottie and she shared videos of their setup, with the TV securely taped to a stand and the legs of the stand placed into a bucket of rocks for stability.

In the same video, Lottie showed the crowd celebrating as England proved to be victorious after taking the game into overtime.

"We brought a TV in, very Glasto, in some stones and a little stand. It was a little bit touch and go at times because the signal kept going in and out, but luckily, we got there and we pulled it off," he told BBC Somerset.

<p>Lottie Tomlinson/Instagram</p> Glastonbury TV setup

Lottie Tomlinson/Instagram

Glastonbury TV setup

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On Monday, July 1, Tomlinson reflected on his experience at the festival on X (formerly known as Twitter).

"What an amazing 5 days! Thank you @glastonbury for the memories!" he wrote.

This year's festival was headlined by stars like Dua Lipa, Coldplay and SZA. More performers included Cyndi Lauper, Shania Twain, Janelle Monáe, Camila Cabello and Avril Lavigne.

Meanwhile, Tomlinson has a series of festival performances scheduled throughout the summer, with his next at Main Square Festival in Arras, France, on Thursday, July 4.

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