One of the biggest Pyramid Stage crowds ever goes mad as the Beach Boys legend rolls out the classics...

The legendary BRIAN WILSON brought a taste of the Californian sunshine to the GLASTONBURY FESTIVAL today (June 26) with a set full of BEACH BOYS classics in front of a massive crowd of sweltering devotees.

People were spotted surfing across the front of the stage as the singer, making his first appearance at Worthy Farm, blasted through hit after hit, delighting festivalgoers enjoying the beautiful weather.

Wilson told the crowd: “We brought the Californian sunshine” and later even managed to get the crowd to sing the nursery rhyme ‘Row Row Row Your Boat’.

Among the hits inciting mass hysteria were ’California Girls’, ’Wouldn’t It Be Nice’ and a monumental ’Good Vibrations’, which had virtually the entire crowd singing along.

One fan, Michael Clewley, told NME.COM: “That’s the show of the weekend and certainly one of the greatest ever Glastonbury performances.”

The set was:

’Then I Kissed Her’

’Don’t Worry Baby’

’Dance Dance Dance’


’In My Room’

’Little Surfer Girl’

’The Little Girl I Once Knew’

’Wouldn’t It Be Nice’

’All Summer Long’

’Little Saint Nick’

’I Get Around’

’Sail On Sailor’


’Our Prayer’

’Heroes And Villains’

’God Only Knows’

’Sloop John B’

’California Girls’

’Good Vibrations’


’Do It Again’

’Help Me Rhonda’

’Barbara Ann’

’Surfin’ USA’

’Fun Fun Fun’