It’s the final hurrah of Glastonbury 2015 and everyone’s giving it one last push for victory. Here’s all the action from across Worthy Farm as the festival comes to a close for another year.
Pete Townshend pulled out his classic windmill guitar pose during The Who's headline set on Sunday.
Who is he? It's Roger Daltrey, obviously.
Franz Ferdinand and Sparks joined forces to headline the John Peel Stage.
Alex Kapranos is a little teapot, short and stout. Here's his handle, but where's his spout?
FKA Twigs was on imperious form, playing two news songs: 'Figure 8' and 'In Time'.
Paul Weller rocked the Pyramid Stage as support to the Who.
Charli XCX bringing the noise.
Alt-J took to the Pyramid Stage for the biggest festival set of their careers around 5pm, third from the top of the bill, playing a hit-packed set from across their two albums to date.
The band brought out hits including 'Left Hand Free' and 'Fitzpleasure', while keyboardist Gus Unger-Hamilton declared it an honour "to be playing on the most famous stage in the world".
Filling this year's annual 'legends slot' was the one and only Lionel Richie. Some of the flags in the crowd were pretty devoted.
During the set, Richie questioned "what the hell is going on?" repeatedly, looking overwhelmed by the crowd's huge response.
Lionel well and truly brought out the hits, from 'Hello' to 'Dancing In The Ceiling', with the biggest crowd of the weekend flocking to the Pyramid Stage for a sing-along.
Palma Violets drew a sizeable crowd to The Other Stage for their mid-afternoon slot - their second of the weekend.
Here's Palma Violets bassist Chilli Jesson getting physical, mid-song.
The band brought out tracks from this year's 'Danger In The Club' as well as old favourites including debut single 'Best Of Friends'.
Patti Smith played an incendiary afternoon slot on the Pyramid Stage, midway through which she introduced the Dalai Lama, who had given a talk on peace at The Stone Circle earlier that morning.
Continuing, Smith roared through a set packed with passionate between-song speeches and stage chat. Tripping over near the end of the set, Patti drew huge cheers when she declared "Yeah I fell on my fucking arse at Glastonbury. That's because I'm a fucking animal!"
Hozier played an absolutely heaving set on the Pyramid, with 'Take Me To Church' ringing out across the field.
Celebrating his 80th, the crowd sang him 'Happy Birthday' before he cut a cake. The Dalai Lama then gave a short speech on the importance of friendship and trust to huge applause.
The early hours of Sunday morning see perennial festival fave Fatboy Slim bringing punters into the last stretch with a set at dance field stage, The Blues.