Sunday, muddy Sunday. By now you've either declared this the greatest weekend on earth or you're packed and on your way out. For those staying to the bittersweet end, here's our pick of some things you might want to do today (Sunday) on site.
8am - Kick-start your day with some yoga at the Speakers' Forum
How better to limber up for a final day in the fields than some limb-stretching, especially if your body's bent out of shape from three days of abuse and you haven't been to sleep.
10.30am - Stick around the Speakers' Corner for Jonathan Cainer
Nothing like a healthy dose of psychic mumbo jumbo to get you hungry for lunch.
1pm - Watch Foster The People in the John Peel tent
The most summery band of the summer (although this is currently in dispute with Friendly Fires in the high indie court) kick start the sunniest day of the weekend.
1.30pm - Hotfoot it to the Pyramid Stage for Don McLean
As soon as Foster The People do 'Pumped Up Kicks' you want to be sliding Pyramid bound for 'American Pie'. Hopefully you're three or four Brothers down by now.
3pm - Grab some mojitos and street food at the Cuban Salsa Tent
Continue the summer holiday vibes with some empanadas and rum.
4pm - Catch Bombay Bicycle Club
Their last single was a top NME summer anthem and should keep your buzz going.
6.30pm - Join the biggest crowds of the day so far at the Pyramid Stage
Plan B will be a massive draw so get there early.
7pm - Don't miss the best thing on the BBC Introducing tent
Math rock heavyweights Vessels do their intricate thing.
8pm - Dash up to The Park for Lykke Li
The hill might be a nightmare to get to and from but she'll be worth the trek.
9.45 - Experience Beyoncé
Who else is teaming up with Destiny's Child today? (Clue: It's not Nik Turner's Space Ritual)
10pm - 4am - Chrome Kids and Doorly take over The Hub at Shangri-La
Make the final push - it'll be your last time on the farm til 2013...
And don't forget to...
Give this guy a slap if you see him.
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