This is what the Glastonbury Festival site looks like now

It's almost time.

We’re just days away from the beginning of Glastonbury Festival 2017, when hundreds of thousands will descend on Worthy Farm, Pilton in Somerset for five days of brilliant music. And the site is almost ready: check out the evidence posted by the festival’s official account below, along with some snaps from festival organiser Emily Eavis’ Instagram.

The Pyramid Stage

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The main structure is there – they just need to fill it in with the lighting and sound rigs.

The Park

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The Park is coming along nicely…

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This family photo shows progress on The Park, the festival within a festival. Presumably just behind Eavis as she took this snap were the famous GLASTONBURY letters.

And here’s a close-up of the ribbon tower, which is looking a bit naked.

Block 9

Construction is well underway at the the south-east corner, home to Block 9 and Shangri-La.

West Holts Stage


And here’s the West Holts stage right in the centre of the site. Let’s hope the weather lets it stay this green…

If you’re still struggling to picture how Glastonbury 2017 will work for you, we’ve looked into secret set rumours, the big line-up clashes and for the adventurous, the bands you weren’t expecting to see, but totally should. And for those who can’t make it, here’s how to watch Glastonbury from home.

Glastonbury Festival 2017 runs from June 21-25.