The Big Pink bring 'Dominos' to Glastonbury

Band play evening show on The Park Stage

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The Big Pink played an evening show on Glastonbury's Park Stage today (June 25), ending their set with fan favourite 'Dominos'.

The band started their show with an extended version of 'Too Young To Love' as the sun continued to beat down on Worthy Farm, despite the night approaching.

Singer Robbie Furze led cheers by yelling "Glastonbury!" before leading the band through songs including 'Crystal Visions' and 'Count Backwards From Ten', before ending with 'Dominos'.

The Big Pink played:

'Too Young To Love'
'At War With The Sun'
'Velvet'
'Crystal Visions'
'Count Backwards From Ten'
'Twilight'
'Tonight'
'Sweet Dreams'
'Dominos'


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