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Glastonbury 2013: Saturday Live Gallery

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  • The Saturday of Glastonbury 2013 has drawn to a close. Primal Scream, Azealia Banks and Alabama Shakes were among the bands who've played. The Rolling Stones headlined the Pyramid Stage for the first time.

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  • Mick Jagger, wearing a sequined green jacket, joked "you all look amazing, after all these years they finally got around to asking us. Thank you Michael [Eavis]."

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  • Primal Scream had the honours of warming up the crowd in preparation for The Rolling Stones' much talked about debut.

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  • The band were joined by special guest backing singers Haim during their set.

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  • Bobby Gillespie donned a daring pink suit for the occasion.

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  • Rapper Nas was 20 minutes late to his set on the Sonic Stage. He played 'The Don' and a couple of old tracks.

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  • Manchester band Everything Everything entertained crowds on the Other Stage.

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  • Major Lazer caused a stir over at the West Holts stage.

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  • Diplo performed as part of his Major Lazer project.

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  • Aluna Francis, from AlunaGeorge, has spent the weekend performing with a number of artists including Disclosure and Dizzee Rascal.

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  • This guy is the very definition of 'up for it'.

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  • With their debut album due to come out next month AlunaGeorge played a much-hyped show at the John Peel stage.

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  • Alex Trimble from Two Door Cinema Club changed into a cream suit for the their slot on The Other Stage. That's a brave move in any festival weather.

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  • In front of a huge audience the trio ripped through songs from their two studio albums.

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  • Johnny Marr is no stranger to Glastonbury. He played here with The Smiths, but today played a clutch of tracks on the John Peel stage.

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  • Deadmau5 shows off his latest headgear.

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  • Up on the roof terrace at Glastonbury.

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  • Alabama Shakes singer Brittany Howard stretches her vocal cords during the US band's performance.

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  • Toy brought some Horrors-style doom to their mid-afternoon set.

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  • The London dark-pop mob performed on the John Peel stage.

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  • The Strypes drew a big crowd at the same tent. Later this year the young band will be supporting Arctic Monkeys on their UK arena tour.

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  • The Strypes played the John Peel stage after Ms Mr and Jagwar Ma.

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  • Haim continued a weekend packed full of shows (they already played the main stage yesterday), rocking up at the Park stage.

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  • Alana Haim jumped off stage to give the front row a decent high-five.

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  • There's no stopping them. Haim play another gig.

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  • Azealia Banks, dressed as some kind of sexy dinosaur, rocked it during her mid-afternoon slot on The Other Stage.

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  • Predictably '212' was a big hit in her set.

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  • If you didn't know already, Glastonbury festival is quite big. Just a taste of all the options.

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  • Everyone at Glastonbury is drenched (in sunshine, for once!) on Saturday afternoon.

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  • All too much for some people.

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  • Eion Loveless - brilliant name - from Sheffield grungy-rock duo Drenge at the William's Green tent.

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  • They rattled through a half-hour set, the first time they've played Glastonbury. The crowd enjoyed their track 'People In Love Make Me Feel Sick'.

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  • MS MR brought the electro-pop to the John Peel Stage.

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  • After a couple of days of mediocre weather, the sun is shining on Worthy Farm. Fans are already getting prepared for tonight's Pyramid Stage appearance from The Rolling Stones.

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  • Who knew Glastonbury had a half-pipe?

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  • Luckily there are some leaves covering the modesty of these woodland folk.

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  • Fans, and a Transformer, head out early to catch the music on The Other Stage.

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  • The 1975 kicked off the music on The Other Stage on Saturday. Lead singer Matt Healy thanked the crowd for turning out early.

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  • The Manchester band's performance included recent single 'Chocolate'. Click here for all the latest news, photos and videos from Glastonbury 2013.

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