Arctic Monkeys, Killers and Bjork all shine at this year's festival
So that’s it for Glastonbury 2007 – now the last of this year’s bands have left the stages, the festival is winding down into the night (June 24).
With fans making the most of the last hours of this year’s event, there are parties taking place across the site before festival-goers start contemplating packing-up and starting the trek home.
Despite the mud and rain lashing much of this year’s event, this was the biggest Glastonbury, and bands across the site have drawn big crowds all weekend.
This year’s festival has seen headlining slots from the likes of Arctic Monkeys, The Killers and The Who, while highlights have included Arcade Fire, Bjork, Damon Albarn‘s Africa Express and Kate Moss joining Pete Doherty onstage during Babyshambles set.
Also head to NME.COM/festivals/glastonbury for all the news, blogs, videos and pictures from the weekend.
Meanwhile make sure you get next week’s issue of NME, on UK newsstands from June 27 for the ultimate Glastonbury review.
Featuring all the weekend’s stories, the festival’s best bands and anthems, all the backstage gossip and the best campsite tales.
Plus the issue will also come free with a special aerial poster shot of the site from the skies above Glastonbury plus the best bands at this year’s festival.
So for the ultimate Glastonbury experience get NME.