Here’s what you don’t see on TV. It’s all kicking off behind the scenes here on Worthy Farm. Keep up to date with the best shots of bands, celebrities and VIPs.
Chilli from Palma Violets does his best Wallace impressionm. Sam’s practising his Gromit just out of shot.
Emily Eavis, surveying her kingdom.
Here’s Palma Violets, post-set. Despite his expression, we can assure you drummer Will (far left) is actually having a jolly old time.
Oh look! Future Islands have popped in for a chat.
Florence Welch backstage at NYC Downlow in Block9 late on Saturday night, where she came on, played ‘Spectrum (Say My Name)’ to a couple of hundred people, then went on her merry way.
Kanye West. Kim Kardashian. An unidentified male. A helicopter. Yeezy season approaching…
Swim Deep, making the most of Reg’s handiwork.
The soon to be incredibly famous Ella Ayre, snapped in the hospitality area before her giant Other Stage show on Saturday.
La Roux: best dressed person on site?
A rare pensive Glastonbury moment for Florence.
Backstage just got shut down. Hi Skepta.
Them Swim Deepers, eh? What are they like?
Who: Cult-leader like persona of singer-songwriter Josh Tillman
Appears on: the old-school country-styled ‘Sinner’s Prayer’ and brassy ‘Come To Mama’. Drums on ‘Diamond Heart’.
Ellie Rowsell from Wolf Alice (left) and Courtney Barnett
Jarvis and Florence!
One half of Slaves practicing his model pose.
Mark Ronson up by the Park.
Why’s Harry in a wedding dress? Why not. Peace on top form in the backstage area.
Backstage just got shutdown. Hi Skepta.
One half of Slaves, six inches of hot dog.
The Cribs and their immaculate hair.
Felix from the Maccabees. Or should that be Maccababes?
Kent duo Slaves backstage ahead of their set at the John Peel stage.
Canadian duo Alvvays soaking up the sunshine
And the wonderful Courtney Barnett backstage before her midday slot on Glastonbury’s huge Pyramid Stage.
Frank Turner is fast becoming a Glastonbury veteran. He arrived on site a day before his main set with The Sleeping Souls – throughout the weekend he’s popping up at various talks (one with Billy Bragg) and playing small shows.
The Vaccines’ Justin Young and Freddie Cowan popped by NME’s backstage garden studio for an interview.
Well, would you look that, it’s the delightful Alabama Shakes, posing sandwiched between tour buses.
The lovely lads of Drenge pose backstage for our NME snapper after rocking the heck out of Glasto during their secret William’s Green set on Thursday night.
James Corden, takes a break from filming his successful US chat show, to get back to Blighty.
Wolf Alice add a little glamour to their look via the strategic use of a gold foil curtain. And it works! Kinda.
We catch The Charlatans showing off their impressive jacket selection out back at the Other Stage ahead of their secret set, which opened up the Friday morning of the festival.
Mr Glasto himself, Michael Eavis, hangs out with his adoring public.
Circa Waves refuel between the two sets they played on Friday.
Fresh from headlining their own massive show at Manchester’s Heaton Park, Liam Fray from The Courteeners poses for a shot backstage at the Other Stage.
The ladies of Madrid based garage rock band Hinds run onto the John Peel Stage, evidently rather excited about their first Glastonbury appearance.
It’s an indie love-in! James of Swim Deep and Ben from Childhood catch up over a pint up at The Park backstage bar.
Sport of festival kings, ping-pong!
A mean’n’moody Catfish and the Bottlemen strike their best catalogue model poses before they play the Other Stage.