Glastonbury 2011 is done and dusted, and boy was it a good’un. Here The Wombats play on the Other Stage to a huge crowd of fans.
Those Dancing Days bring their latest album ‘Daydreams And Nightmares’ to Worthy Farm.
Two Door Cinema Club pull in a massive crowd at the Pyramid Stage – the boys are set to be firm favourites on this year’s festival circuit.
Hurts bring their dancers to Worthy Farm for their Glastonbury performance – donned in their famous smart suits.
The mud didn’t stop punters enjoying the weekend, and by Sunday it was starting to dry up, a little bit.
Bright Eyes took to the stage in a cape for his set at Glastonbury 2011.
Nicolas Jaar joined the likes of The Naked And Famous, Pulp, Friendly Fires and Example on the bill.
Noah And The Whale were a big draw at this year’s weekend at Worthy Farm.
Radiohead made a surprise appearance on The Park Stage on the Friday night.
Stornoway brought their new material (and some large balloons) to Glastonbury over the weekend.