We’ve Been Through The Highlights Of Glastonbury From Friday So You Don’t Have To

The BBC are streaming hundreds of hours of footage of Glastonbury Festival this year and it’s easy to get totally lost in the schedules. So you don’t miss any of the best bits we’ve rounded up 10 of the greatest moments of Day 1 at Worthy Farm.

Arcade Fire play ‘We Exist’ at their headline set, which they called a “career highlight”

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MVu_BI9yALs

Jungle’s Friday set at the John Peel Stage went off in spectacular fashion, with ‘Busy Earnin” sending the crowd totally wild

Lily Allen’s gleeful, potty-mouthed set saw her take a swipe at Fifa’s Sepp Blatter and give a rousing rendition of ‘As Long As I Got You’

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_nFuyIERG1M

Elbow brought their trademark warmth and heart to their twilight set on the Pyramid Stage, with singer Guy Garvey effusing about how “beautiful” the crowd looked. Watch ‘New York Morning’

Four Tet played at the Park Stage after Metronomy. ‘Parallel Jalebi’ was a magical moment

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xg15s_ldsek

De La Soul took things back to the hip hop old school on the Pyramid Stage, playing a 45-minute set in afternoon sun. They closed with ‘Me Myself and I’ from that album, and their collaboration with Gorillaz, ‘Feel Good Inc’. Watch ‘Eye Know’ below

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uhWw-elcHGU

Jurassic 5 treated the audience to fan favourites including ‘Quality Control’, ‘High Fidelity’, ‘Freedom’ and ‘Improvise’

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JfspRCnmehY

Parquet Courts played songs from their latest album ‘Sunbathing Animal’ and its 2013 predecessor ‘Light Up Gold’ on the Park Stage once the storm had subsided. Watch ‘Black And White’

Courtney Barnett made her Glastonbury debut on the Park Stage, the first of two performances the Australian singer will make this weekend. Here she is playing favourite ‘Out Of The Woodwork’

And here’s Chrvches killing it with ‘Recover’