Glastonbury 2010 – the highlights

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So, with the hottest Glastonbury ever now a foggy memory, here’s a look back at the standout moments. First up: Snoop Dogg’s Friday afternoon set on the Pyramid, which featured the immortal line: “Glastonbury, are you ready for some motherfucking pimp music?” Read more

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Marina And The Diamonds wowed the John Peel tent on Saturday, with a set that boasted “sparkle, squealing and genius chart-friendly deviancy”, according to our reviewer Leonie Cooper. Read more

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Stevie Wonder brought the festival to a euphoric conclusion, joined on stage for a rendition of ‘Happy Birthday’ by none other than organiser Michael Eavis. Read more

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Glastonbury Festival 2010 – Saturday

The Edge was on hand to help Muse deliver a “highly efficient” headline set on the Saturday. Read Gavin Haynes’ review in the current issue of the mag, a Glastonbury review special. Read more

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There were loads of guest spots this year, the most crowd-pleasing of which was Kylie’s euphoric appearance on stage with The Scissor Sisters. Read more

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Glastonbury Festival 2010: Day 4

LCD Soundsystem put on an emotional performance on the Sunday evening – undercut somewhat by his assertion that “this field smells like human faeces.” Read more

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Foals were immense on the John Peel stage, hampered only slightly by the knife-wound that Yannis has sustained days earlier. Read more

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The xx darkened the night on Friday, headlining the Park Stage and treating fans to a playful snatch of trance hit ‘9pm (Till I Come)’. Read more

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Beach House provided the perfect soundtrack for a lazy, baking hot Saturday afternoon. Read more

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Less jubilant, but no less powerful, was Laura Marling, whose set was so moving, two lovers in the audience got engaged during ‘Blackberry Stone’. Read more

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