Glastonbury Festival 2008 - Sunday (June 29)

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Glastonbury Festival 2008 - Sunday (June 29)

The Verve, Glastonbury 2008. Frontman Richard Ashcroft told told the crowd: "I want to thank Emily Eavis for asking us to play. I hope her dad realises why he booked us now, I think he was worried we wouldn't be as good as Keane or something." Photo: PA Photos

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Glastonbury Festival 2008 - Sunday (June 29)

The Verve close the Pyramid Stage, Sunday June 29. Topping the bill on the last night of the three day festival, the reunited band served up a mix of anthems and previewed their new album 'Forth', due out in August. Photo: PA Photos

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Glastonbury Festival 2008 - Sunday (June 29)

Neil Diamond, Pyramid Stage, Sunday June 29. At one point the sound cut out completely, forcing a delay, during which the huge crowd clapped along with the star, and started chanting "Neil! Neil!" before the track came back in, to huge cheers. Photo: PA Photos

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Festival goers enjoy the second successive day of sunshine at Glastonbury 2008. It's the first time the bash has enjoyed good weather since 2003. Photo: PA Photos

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The Mystery Jets perform at Glastonbury 2008, Sunday June 29. Photo: Guy Eppel

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Blaine of The Mystery Jets leads his Eel Pie Islanders as they perform at Glastonbury 2008. Recent single 'Two Doors Down' sparked a mass singalong on the final day of festivities. Photo: Guy Eppel

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Glastonbury Festival 2008 - Sunday (June 29)

Mark Ronson performs on the Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury 2008. He was joined onstage by Lily Allen for a cover of Kaiser Chiefs' 'Oh My God', taken from Ronson's second album 'Version'. Photo: Guy Eppel

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Mark Ronson looking rather happy with himself as his Glastonbury Pyramid Stage performance draws a mammoth crowd on the final day of the three-day bash in June 2008. Photo: Guy Eppel

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Alice Glass of Crystal Castles performs on the John Peel Stage on the final day of Glastonbury 2008. Her energetic stage antics, which included climbing on speaker stacks and diving into the photo pit, led organisers to cut the band off mid-set. Photo: Guy Eppel

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Crystal Castles keyboardist Ethan brings the samples and beats as his band storm Glastonbury 2008. Photo: Guy Eppel

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Glastonbury Festival - not your usual toilet venue.

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Michael Eavis gives a press conference on the final day of the festival. "We've had fantastic weather and a fantastic festival," said the Glastonbury founder. "We're in the safety zone now. There was a danger of losing it last year, particularly with all the mud. We had brilliant headliners last year, which the media didn't think we had this year, but we've proved them wrong, it was absolutely brilliant." Photo: PA Photos

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Goldfrapp, Pyramid Stage, Glastonbury, Sunday June 29. Their set proved to be a sexually-charged spectacle, involving gyrating pole dancers and flamboyant costumes.

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Leonard Cohen, Pyramid Stage, Glastonbury, Sunday June 29. The singer-songwriter delighted the crowd by changing the lyric to 'Hallelujah' from "I told the truth, I didn't come here to fool ya" to "I told the truth, I didn't come to Glastonbury to fool ya". Photo: PA Photos

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Does It Offend You, Yeah?, Dance East Stage, Sunday June 29. Frontman Morgan Yeah? told the crowd: "My first Glastonbury was when I was 12. This guy came up to me and gave me a piece of paper with a strawberry on it. I put it in my mouth and I've never been the same again.â

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The Pigeon Detectives' Matt Bowman delights fans on Glastonbury's Other Stage, Sunday June 29. "I'll let you in on a secret," singer Matt Bowman told the crowd five songs into the set. "I've bought a brand new rain coat and wellies and I haven't had a chance to use them yet." Photo: PA Photos

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The Pigeon Detectives, The Other Stage, Sunday June 29. Frontman Matt Bowman led the crowd in a 'rain dance', joking that the wellies he'd brought to the festival had gone to waste. Photo: PA Photos

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The Zutons, The Other Stage, Sunday June 29. The Liverpool band were joined onstage by Mark Ronson for 'Valerie', the song which he made famous when his Amy Winehouse-fronted version was a massive hit in 2007. Photo: PA Photos

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Alice Glass of Crystal Castles rocks the John Peel tent at Glastonbury 2008. Photo: Guy Eppel

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Reservoir Dogs II took the piss. Photo: PA Photos

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Michael Eavis waves to the crowd as Leonard Cohen performs on the Pyramid Stage during day three of the Glastonbury Festival. Cohen's rendition of 'Hallelujah', which he played just as the sun was going down, was many people's highlight of the festival. Photo: PA Photos

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Kate Moss with boyfriend Jamie Hince, backstage at Glastonbury 2008. According to Lily Allen, Moss got bored on the first day and jetted off to Ibiza instead. Photo: PA Photos

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Kelly Osbourne, backstage at Glastonbury with her 18-year-old boyfriend Luke Worrell, Sunday June 28. Photo: PA Photos

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Klaxons' Jamie Reynolds gets intimate with Florence Welch of blues/garage duo Florence And The Machine. The pair spent most of Friday and Saturday drinking in the backstage bar. Pic: www.photoshot.com

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Festival goers charge their mobile phones using bicycles, Sunday June 29. Photo: PA Photos

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Glastonbury Festival 2008 - as glamorous as ever. Photo: PA Photos

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Leonard Cohen, Pyramid Stage, Sunday June 29. Cohen played many of his most famous songs, including 'Who By Fire', 'Suzanne' and 'So Long, Marianne', after which he said the crowd: "It's a great honour to play before these angels born of the mud." Photo: PA Photos

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Mark Ronson is joined by Lily Allen for a cover of Kaiser Chiefs' 'Oh My God', Pyramid Stage, Sunday June 29. The producer told the crowd: "I've been asking her to do a song with us for two years now. This is the first time she's done it. It must be because she loves you lot, thank you Glastonbury." Photo: PA Photos

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