The virtual festival will air on a pop-up channel from 24 to 28 June to mark what would have been Glastonbury's 50th anniversary.
Though the legendary UK festival was cancelled this year amid COVID-19, it will be celebrated with special programming and a pop-up channel on the BBC iPlayer.
Goldblum says: “The truly classic singers have that unmistakeable sound that grabs you immediately. Gregory Porter is one of those singers."
The star said: “Every concert feels like a private party, I can see your eyes and feel your hearts. I’m coming to Glastonbury, with love.”
The group's first international album landed in July 1967, during a highly significant year for Barry, Maurice and Robin Gibb.
The fast-rising Scottish singer will play Liverpool’s Croxteth Park for a one-off BBC Radio 1 performance on 5 August.
Frontman Brandon Flowers dispelled the rumour that Liam Gallagher would be joining them during their much-anticipated slot.
The new live album is released simultaneously with a super-deluxe edition of Travis' second album. 'The Man Who', on 21 June.
The Australian psych-pop band will kick off in North America starting on 26 July in Toronto.
2019 will mark the 40th anniversary of the legendary alt-rock band's debut album 'Three Imaginary Boys.'
The band also performed a brand new song titled 'Borderline' during their on-screen slot.
The band's as-yet-untitled new record is the hotly-anticipated follow-up to 2008's '4:13'.
The Killers have announced a huge headline show at Cardiff Castle, just two days before they play at the 2019 Glastonbury Festival.
The first raft of acts also includes performances from Liam Gallagher, Janet Jackson, George Ezra, Miley Cyrus and Tame Impala.
The tour will launch in November 2019 and see the fast-rising Norwegian pop star performing at London’s Eventim Apollo and 3Arena in Dublin.