26 June 2014
Last updated at 16:34
The Glastonbury Festival has opened its gates, with 200,000 revellers expected to descend on Worthy Farm to see Dolly Parton, Metallica and Arcade Fire.
Some festival-goers had pre-booked luxury tents at the edge of the 900-acre site...
While others made their way through the fields to pitch their tents.
For one couple, Bianca and Jack Vaughan, it was the first day of their married life, having tied the knot at a local church.
Here, two security guards have words with a one of those found sleeping outside the fence that surrounds the festival site.
For those looking for something more unusual in which to sleep, tepees were available to hire.
This year looks likely to be a wet one, with heavy downpours predicted and the potential for a mudbath on Friday.
One man arrived covered in luggage tags.
The festival starts in earnest on Friday, when the likes of Lily Allen, Paolo Nutini and Blondie are on the bill.
Among the unusual sights at Glastonbury this year is a moving sculpture by graffiti artist Banksy, entitled Sirens Of The Lambs, which is designed to highlight the issue of animals being farmed for their meat.
There is also a blacksmith should you need one.
Other acts scheduled to play over the weekend include hip-hop provocateur MIA, former Led Zeppelin frontman Robert Plant, pop sensation Ed Sheeran and country music legend Dolly Parton. Let's hope the sun shines.
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