Glastonbury Saturday set for performances by Adele, Tame Impala and The 1975

The second day of music at Worthy Farm has just got under way

Adele, Tame Impala and The 1975 are among a whole host of big names performing at Glastonbury today (25 June).

Following Muse’s impressive headline performance on the Pyramid Stage last night is Adele, who will be making her Worthy Farm debut with the show later tonight (22:15pm).

New Order, meanwhile, are topping The Other Stage (22:30pm), while James Blake will headline the West Holts Stage later tonight (22:15pm) and M83 will close The John Peel Stage (22:30pm).

Other notable names playing at the festival today include Wolf Alice (15:00pm, Pyramid Stage), The Last Shadow Puppets (18:15pm) and The 1975 (19:15pm, The Other Stage).

Elsewhere, Fatboy Slim will make a rare appearance on the John Peel Stage (20:30pm), while Kurt Vile will play on The Park Stage (17:00pm) and Art Garfunkel is set to appear on the Acoustic Stage (20:10pm).

Meanwhile, rumours are circulating on-site that Lady Gaga will make an appearance at some point today. Speculation has mounted in the coming days that the pop singer will join Mark Ronson and Tame Impala’s Kevin Parker for their scheduled DJ set on the Hell Stage at Shangri-La (03:00am).