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Glastonbury Festival in pictures - Saturday

  • Patrick Wolf brings his new album 'Lupercalia' to the Oxlyers In West Stage at Glasto 2011.

    Photo: Andy Whitton/NME

    Added: 25 Jun 2011

  • That's quite a lot of people...

    Photo: PA

    Added: 25 Jun 2011

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    Photo: Dan Dennison/NME

    Added: 25 Jun 2011

  • The Horrors launched their new album 'Skying' at Glastonbury on the John Peel Stage. Keyboard player Tom Cowan said of his band's new material: "It's been going down better than our old stuff. We got to the point where we realised we needed to get up on stage and play these songs. It's been getting better every night too."

    Photo: Andy Willsher/NME

    Added: 25 Jun 2011

  • Glastonbury Festival really is a beautiful place.

    Photo: Richard Johnson/NME

    Added: 26 Jun 2011

  • Friendly Fires told NME they want to be the next Chemical Brothers. "That's definitely a goal for our band," shared lead singer Ed Macfarlane. "We have a dance sensibility and euphoria to our music which I think is in common with the band. It would be nice for a change, as the same four dance acts tend to play festivals."

    Photo: Tom Oxley/NME

    Added: 25 Jun 2011

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    Photo: Dan Dennison/NME

    Added: 25 Jun 2011

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    Photo: PA

    Added: 25 Jun 2011

  • Yuck backstage at Glasto. Lucky for Jonny that no matter how humid it gets outside, his hair can't get much frizzier than it already is.

    Photo: Dan Dennison/NME

    Added: 25 Jun 2011

  • With everyone having to waddle across the mud, these costumes actually make quite a lot of sense.

    Photo: PA

    Added: 25 Jun 2011

  • That's cute and all, but how the heck do they fit into their tents? And more importantly, how do they use the toilets?

    Photo: PA

    Added: 25 Jun 2011

  • Emerge NME Radar Tour 2011 alumna Anna Calvi performs on the John Peel Stage.

    Photo: Tom Martin/NME

    Added: 25 Jun 2011

  • Now that is how you travel in style at Glasto.

    Photo: Richard Johnson/NME

    Added: 26 Jun 2011

  • Anna Calvi shows Worthy Farm what she's made of over on the John Peel Stage.

    Photo: Tom Martin/NME

    Added: 25 Jun 2011

  • There are plenty of happy faces at Worthy Farm this weekend.

    Photo: Andy Whitton/NME

    Added: 25 Jun 2011

  • Don't worry - these are not real people.

    Photo: Dan Dennison/NME

    Added: 25 Jun 2011

  • Tinie Tempah brings the stars out over on the Pyramid Stage, calling the day "the greatest day of my life".

    Photo: Tom Martin/NME

    Added: 25 Jun 2011

  • What would a music festival be without space for punters to create their own music?

    Photo: PA

    Added: 25 Jun 2011

  • Glastonbury - a place of fun for all ages.

    Photo: PA

    Added: 25 Jun 2011

  • The Kills' Alison Mosshart rocks out on the Other Stage on Saturday afternoon.

    Photo: Danny North/NME

    Added: 25 Jun 2011

  • We really hope this guy found a shower.

    Photo: Victor Frankowski/NME

    Added: 26 Jun 2011

  • Cider is pretty much a summertime festival staple.

    Photo: Richard Johnson/NME

    Added: 26 Jun 2011

  • Kate Moss was spotted backstage at Glastonbury Festival 2011, looking fashionable as usual.

    Photo: WENN

    Added: 25 Jun 2011

  • A festival site can always use some colourful artwork to brighten things up.

    Photo: Victor Frankowski/NME

    Added: 26 Jun 2011

  • Alison Mosshart and Jamie Hince of The Kills perform at Glasto 2011.

    Photo: Danny North/NME

    Added: 25 Jun 2011

  • Don't try to push your way through the crowd to get to the front. Not gonna happen.

    Photo: Victor Frankowski/NME

    Added: 25 Jun 2011

  • Graham Coxon plays on The Park stage on a sunny Saturday afternoon.

    Photo: Victor Frankowski/NME

    Added: 25 Jun 2011

  • Even the law enforcement team are enjoying the Saturday sunshine of Glasto.

    Photo: Richard Johnson/NME

    Added: 26 Jun 2011

  • Even though Arctic Monkeys aren't playing at Glasto, Alex Turner was spotted backstage.

    Photo: WENN

    Added: 25 Jun 2011

  • These punters look either really tired or really bored. Or maybe just really drunk.

    Photo: Victor Frankowski/NME

    Added: 25 Jun 2011

  • Those Dancing Days play a set over on The Park stage.

    Photo: Victor Frankowski/NME

    Added: 25 Jun 2011

  • Jessie J is said to have drawn one of the biggest crowds of the weekend during her performance on the Other Stage.

    Photo: Danny North/NME

    Added: 25 Jun 2011

  • That's one way to avoid stepping in any mud.

    Photo: Tom Martin/NME

    Added: 25 Jun 2011

  • Jessie J still performed at Glasto, despite being hospitalised after falling offstage at Wembley. Looks like she's making a good recovery, though!

    Photo: Danny North/NME

    Added: 25 Jun 2011

  • A few punters stop for some lunch at Glastonbury Festival 2011.

    Photo: Victor Frankowski/NME

    Added: 25 Jun 2011

  • Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs at Cubehenge on Saturday.

    Photo: Tom Oxley/NME

    Added: 25 Jun 2011

  • The best looking blokes at the festival?

    Photo: Victor Frankowski/NME

    Added: 25 Jun 2011

  • That might not be the best spot for a picnic.

    Photo: Tom Oxley/NME

    Added: 25 Jun 2011

  • The sun is shining over Worthy Farm on Saturday afternoon.

    Photo: Victor Frankowski/NME

    Added: 25 Jun 2011

  • Reggie Yates, the voice behind Rastamouse, told NME: "Nah, I'm not inside the suit. I'm not gonna go and watch him, I've got work to do! I'm here for BBC3 so I'm on camera. I haven't got time for that! That's something I did a year ago, it's been on since... so yeah, I haven't got time."

    Photo: Richard Johnson/NME

    Added: 25 Jun 2011

  • These punters are looking rather mud-free at Glasto. Impressive work, guys.

    Photo: Richard Johnson/NME

    Added: 25 Jun 2011

  • Stornoway perform on the Pyramid Stage on Saturday.

    Photo: Richard Johnson/NME

    Added: 25 Jun 2011

  • Ouch. Now that's some serious campsite carnage.

    Photo: Victor Frankowski/NME

    Added: 25 Jun 2011

  • The ground may look bleak, but these punters sure brighten the festival site up.

    Photo: Tom Martin/NME

    Added: 25 Jun 2011

  • Glasto-goers attempt to walk on the muddy field without taking any embarrassing tumbles.

    Photo: Victor Frankowski/NME

    Added: 25 Jun 2011

  • Nicolas Jaar performs at West Holts.

    Photo: Tom Martin/NME

    Added: 25 Jun 2011

  • Matching wellies and matching smiles. They look like they've having a grand ol' time at Glasto.

    Photo: Richard Johnson/NME

    Added: 25 Jun 2011

  • Don't want to trudge across the muddy fields by foot? A bike is probably a smart alternative.

    Photo: Richard Johnson/NME

    Added: 25 Jun 2011

  • Don't want to stand on your feet all day? Don't want to sit on the mud? These people are prepared for Glastonbury.

    Photo: Richard Johnson/NME

    Added: 25 Jun 2011

  • A sunny festival afternoon always calls for a bit of ice cream.

    Photo: Richard Johnson/NME

    Added: 25 Jun 2011