Founder sang 'Can't Help Falling In Love' at the Avalon Cafe on Thursday
Glastonbury Festival founder Michael Eavis did karaoke at this year’s festival, as had been tradition in recent year.
Eavis has a long history of making appearances during the Thursday night of the festival, this year taking on an Elvis Presley classic.
Appearing at the Avalon Cafe, Eavis sang Presley’s ‘Can’t Help Falling In Love’. Watch footage of that beneath.
Last year saw Eavis perform a rendition of ‘The Last Time’ by The Rolling Stones, throwing his arms up to rapturous applause at the end.
The year before, Eavis performed ‘Suspicious Minds’ in the same location at the same time.
Meanwhile, Michael Eavis has thanked festivalgoers for their patience after traffic delays meant it took traffic six hours to go two miles.
Adverse weather badly affected roads into the festival site, and for several hours Glastonbury’s social media accounts advised fans not to attempt to travel by road that day.
Acknowledging the problems, Eavis told the festival’s on-site newspaper Glastonbury Free Press: “There were tailbacks in places there used to be 10 or 15 years ago. Things have been much better in recent years, but the weather in advance this year has been a real problem. We’ve got an incredible crew, but the conditions have been against us. Unfortunately, some people were sat in their vehicles for a long time. Their spirit is wonderful, though.”