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Festival-goers enjoy the evening light during day one of Glastonbury Festival.
The Pyramid stage looking glorious in the sunshine.
What an opening ceremony! Fireworks and fires light up The Park to mark the opening of Glastonbury Festival 2019.
What a lovely sight. Glastonbury is truly magical.
One of the many new additions this year is Glastonbury-on-sea! Michael Eavis opens the new pier attraction with his usual legendary enthusiasm.
Congratulations Jack and Sarah who kicked off Thursday at the festival by getting hitched!
Here for the rock this weekend? Well, go listen to Miley Cyrus and shove this in your gob.
The dutch quartet headed down to Worthy Farm a day early to enjoy themselves, and soak up everything the festival has to offer before they open the John Peel stage tomorrow (Friday).
Thousands joined in Extinction Rebellion and Greenpeace's march from the Park Stage to the Stone Circle.
In what could be the most wholesome moment of the weekend, during in Michael's set he brought out Emily for a father-daughter duet of 'Somethin' Stupid'.
The energetic DJ delighted an incredibly rowdy crowd over at WOW.
We managed to snap Heather and the gang moments before they played a secret set on Williams Green.
Brighton's finest indie kings, the little Squiddies came and saw us for a chat early doors on Friday morning.
Who said Glastonbury doesn't do metal? Entombed show us all how to headbang.
The Vaccines opened Thursday at The Other Stage. What better to rile people up for three days of music than with some indie bangers?
Sheryl Crow plays a scorching set of back-to-back hits including 'All I Wanna Do Is Have Some Fun', 'My Favourite Mistake', 'Soak Up The Sun' and 'Everyday Is A Winding Road'.
London punk band, Goat Girl, posed for a snap for us backstage.
We found Bill Ryder Jones standing in a bush. We hope he's alright.
Our favourite Aussie ne'er do wells never fail to deliver a raucous set. We love you Amyl! And yer Sniffers ain't too bad either.
Mac brings his slacker rock to The Other Stage.
Dan Smith crouches down to survey the HUGE crowd formed for their mid-afternoon Pyramid Stage set.
Her soulful R&B was the perfect accompaniment to the setting sun.
With an opening video of Jay Z, guest performances from Chris Martin and Dave and Fredo, and incredible choreographed dancers, Stormzy's headline set will go down in history.
The band’s huge performance was an exhilarating success, and should their new album hit just as hard as previous releases, it’s hard not to imagine them headlining the whole damn thing in the near future.
Ezra and co delighted with their pick and mix set where they took request from the audience, and even covered Fleetwood Mac.
LA band Starcrawler played Williams Green on Saturday afternoon.
Slowathai is going BIG places. He brought the mosh (and Loyle Carner!) to William's Green.
Neneh Cherry is an underrated legend. Rapping, singing and with a steel drum band from North London, she rattled through bangers like '7 seconds' and 'Buffalo Stance' up on Williams Green.
She brought the juice – and a huge crowd. All hail Lizzo
The former Oasis frontman proved that, even without brother Noel, he has more than enough hits to provide a string of unforgettable Glastonbury moments!
King of the Lols Lewis Capaldi drew a HUGE crowd to his Other Stage set. The Scot is blowing up!
Woke punks Idles roll around on stage and have a rowdy ol' time.
Foals were the secret set on Saturday morning. Yannis always brings the party
Manc lads Courteeners played their indie hits to a sing-along crowd of thousands.
Mercury-nominated trio who's apocalyptic future jazz blends Afro-beat influences with frantic drumbeats.
The band's fifth time on The Other Stage might be their finest yet.
Fresh from heading up the 'Gods of Rap' tour, the veteran crew continue to celebrate 'Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)' with a set packed with classics and some surprises.
A spectacular redemption tale, The Killers smashed their Pyramid Stage set.
Bringing out guests like Johnny Marr and Pet Shop Boys, Brandon and band had the whole field singing along.
Nick Cave was one of the guests to join Kylie during her Legends Slot showing on Sunday afternoon
After popping up in Stormzy's headline set on Friday, Coldplay's Chris Martin helped celebrate Kylie's Glasto debut, too.
Actor and musician Jeff Goldblum announced his second album from the West Holts stage during his Sunday afternoon set
We sent NME's Andy Hughes into the moshpit during Slaves' set and he came out with these stunning pictures
As if it wasn't hot enough, metal sensations Bring Me The Horizon graced the Other Stage with plenty of gusto and flame-throwers on Sunday afternoon
Miley Cyrus roped in her dad, Billy Ray Cyrus and rapper of the moment, Lil Nas X, to perform the latter's country-smash 'Old Town Road'
Billie Eilish's debut Glasto performance was a revelatory experience and showed headliner-potential from the off
Mike Skinner's headline set on the John Peel was so rammed that the field looked like it was going to be closed of. Mega stuff.
The French pop star brought her blend of pop and theatre to the Other Stage on Sunday night – the results were staggering
Third and final Pyramid headliner The Cure turned in a hits-fuelled headline set, with 'Friday I'm In Love' and 'Boys Don't Cry' being two of the weekend's biggest moments
The US pop star headlined Glasto's West Holts Stage on Sunday evening and brought her high-concept pop bonanza along to round out the weekend