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Glastonbury Festival in pictures - Friday

  • There are quite a few stag dos going on at Glasto 2011.

    Photo: Richard Johnson/NME

    Added: 24 Jun 2011

  • Well, these look nice and cosy...

    Photo: South West News

    Added: 24 Jun 2011

  • Wu-Tang Clan gave a shout out to their late bandmember, rapper Ol' Dirty Bastard - represented onstage by his son, Young Dirty Bastard.

    Photo: Tom Martin/NME

    Added: 24 Jun 2011

  • Wu-Tang Clan's Method Man moaned to the crowd about his entry to the UK, claiming customs officials had treated the band "like the Taliban".

    Photo: Tom Martin/NME

    Added: 24 Jun 2011

  • Dubstep songstress Katy B performs at Glastonbury Festival 2011.

    Photo: PA

    Added: 24 Jun 2011

  • The Wombats perform on the Other Stage. We're pretty sure a guitar isn't an ideal umbrella, though...

    Photo: Danny North/NME

    Added: 24 Jun 2011

  • Murph and his Wombats play on the Other Stage.

    Photo: Danny North/NME

    Added: 24 Jun 2011

  • An aerial shot of the Glastonbury Festival 2011 site on Friday.

    Photo: South West News

    Added: 24 Jun 2011

  • Metronomy perform on the Pyramid Stage.

    Photo: Andy Whitton/NME

    Added: 24 Jun 2011

  • Footy player Wayne Rooney and his wife Coleen Rooney are caught backstage at Glasto 2011.

    Photo: PA

    Added: 24 Jun 2011

  • Metronomy help kick off Glasto 2011 as they play on the Pyramid Stage on Friday.

    Photo: Andy Whitton/NME

    Added: 24 Jun 2011

  • Face-paint and balloons - two festival essentials.

    Photo: Andy Whitton/NME

    Added: 24 Jun 2011

  • Brother perform on the Other Stage on Friday. If you missed it, the band gave Rastamouse some Glasto advide. What was theirs? "Hide your drugs!"

    Photo: Victor Frankowski/NME

    Added: 24 Jun 2011

  • A shot of the crowd on Friday at Glastonbury Festival 2011.

    Photo: Victor Frankowski/NME

    Added: 24 Jun 2011

  • During his Friday slot on the John Peel Stage, Miles Kane compared opening for Arctic Monkeys and for Beady Eye: “It was different. The Monkeys was a bit more like a festival vibe. It was brilliant of Liam [Gallagher] and that to take us out, but that was a bit more respectful.”

    Photo: Andy Whitton/NME

    Added: 24 Jun 2011

  • A bird's-eye view of the muddy mess that is Glastonbury Festival.

    Photo: South West News

    Added: 24 Jun 2011

  • During their set on the Pyramid Stage, Two Door Cinema Club played a new song called ‘Sleep Alone’.

    Photo: Danny North/NME

    Added: 24 Jun 2011

  • We wonder what was happening onstage - the guy at the front looks terrified.

    Photo: Danny North/NME

    Added: 24 Jun 2011

  • Two Door Cinema Club perform on the Pyramid Stage on Friday.

    Photo: Danny North/NME

    Added: 24 Jun 2011

  • Good move: bringing his own cider. Bad move: wearing that ridiculously hideous mask.

    Photo: Danny North/NME

    Added: 24 Jun 2011

  • We really hope this guy didn't flash the camera for the big screen.

    Photo: PA

    Added: 24 Jun 2011

  • A few Glasto-goers embrace the sunshine.

    Photo: Andy Whitton/NME

    Added: 24 Jun 2011

  • Gotta hand it to the Eavis clan - they know how to be creative with their signs.

    Photo: Danny North/NME

    Added: 24 Jun 2011

  • Note to punters: don't fall asleep on the grass, or this will happen to you.

    Photo: Andy Whitton/NME

    Added: 24 Jun 2011

  • NME's favourite New Zealanders The Naked And Famous play on the Other Stage on Friday afternoon.

    Photo: Andy Willsher/NME

    Added: 24 Jun 2011

  • Noah & The Whale's Charlie Fink looks quite dashing backstage on Friday. His band are performing on Saturday night on the John Peel Stage.

    Photo: Dan Dennison/NME

    Added: 24 Jun 2011

  • For all the latest news, photos and reviews from Glasto, visit nme.com/festivals/glastonbury.

    Photo: Andy Willsher/NME

    Added: 24 Jun 2011

  • A few more punters enjoying the music of Glasto '11.

    Photo: Andy Willsher/NME

    Added: 24 Jun 2011

  • A colourful bird's-eye view of the campsite at Glastonbury Festival 2011.

    Photo: South West News

    Added: 24 Jun 2011

  • We catch up with Professor Green at Glasto on Friday.

    Photo: PA

    Added: 24 Jun 2011

  • Well, we don't really see any grass any more...

    Photo: Andy Willsher/NME

    Added: 24 Jun 2011

  • Looks like this guy's got the biggest head at Glasto - despite the site being filled to the brim with celebs.

    Photo: Andy Willsher/NME

    Added: 24 Jun 2011

  • Two Door Cinema Club hang out backstage before performing on the Pyramid Stage on Friday afternoon.

    Photo: Danny North/NME

    Added: 24 Jun 2011

  • Glasto-goers enjoy the first full day of live music on Friday.

    Photo: Andy Willsher/NME

    Added: 24 Jun 2011

  • There's not a cow in sight on the dairy farm right now.

    Photo: Andy Willsher/NME

    Added: 24 Jun 2011

  • Lily Allen's supposedly celebrating her honeymoon at Glasto. These guys decided to spend their stag-do weekend at the fest. Maybe someone will get married there, too!

    Photo: PA

    Added: 24 Jun 2011

  • The tents are pitched. The clothes are muddy. The sun is out (for now). Glasto 2011 is here, and it's time for the live music to start.

    Photo: PA

    Added: 24 Jun 2011

  • Sufi trance musicians the Master Musicians Of Joujouka play on the Pyramid Stage on Friday morning. The band are most famously known for their links to Rolling Stones founder Brian Jones.

    Photo: Dan Dennison/NME

    Added: 24 Jun 2011

  • In case you missed the news, Radiohead have been confirmed to perform a special, not-so-secret-any-more set on Friday night on The Park stage.

    Photo: Tom Martin/NME

    Added: 24 Jun 2011

  • Radiohead might not be the only surprise, though. There are loads more possibilities floating around the rumour mill, including appearances from Destiny's Child and Prince.

    Photo: Tom Martin/NME

    Added: 24 Jun 2011

  • When the sun comes out, so do the bees.

    Photo: Tom Martin/NME

    Added: 24 Jun 2011

  • The toilets might be visibly marked, but it can't be easy walking across that sea of tents to get to them.

    Photo: Dan Dennison/NME

    Added: 24 Jun 2011

  • Someone tell this girl there won't be that much rain this weekend.

    Photo: Tom Martin/NME

    Added: 24 Jun 2011

  • We wonder how many pats on the back these guys have received so far.

    Photo: Dan Dennison/NME

    Added: 24 Jun 2011

  • Good luck washing all that body paint off, folks.

    Photo: Tom Martin/NME

    Added: 24 Jun 2011

  • Once a year, cows are swapped for tents and flags at Worthy Farm.

    Photo: Tom Martin/NME

    Added: 24 Jun 2011

  • Ever wanted the perfect fairy costume? Visit fairylove.com for it, apparently. Huge picture frame to carry around is optional.

    Photo: Tom Martin/NME

    Added: 24 Jun 2011

  • it's only been about a day since gates opened, but rubbish is already everywhere. Good thing the farm is taking next summer off to recover.

    Photo: Tom Martin/NME

    Added: 24 Jun 2011

  • Um, we're not quite sure what's going on here. We're sure it was fun to watch, though...

    Photo: Tom Martin/NME

    Added: 24 Jun 2011

  • Glastonbury Festival is never short of entertainment - both on and off the stages. Gallery: Glastonbury - backstage bands and blaggers 2011

    Photo: Tom Martin/NME

    Added: 24 Jun 2011