BBC Music brings you The Glastonbury Experience 2021. A musical extravaganza celebrating the spirit, the performances and the magic of Worthy Farm and Glastonbury Festival
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Coldplay, U2, Beyoncé, a surprise return for Pulp, and a renamed West Holts Stage.
Gorillaz, Snoop Dogg, Stevie Wonder, and Dr Who on stage with The Orbital
Bruce 'The Boss' Springsteen, Lady Gaga, Blur, and tributes to Michael Jackson
Jay-Z, Kings of Leon, The Verve, and Leonard Cohen leading the crowd in 'Hallelujah'.
Arctic Monkeys, The Killers, Bjork, a focus on climate-change, and the launch of The Park stage
The White Stripes, Razorlight, Kaiser Chiefs, two months of rain in two hours, and a stage renamed for John Peel
Sir Paul McCartney, Muse, James Brown, the greenest Glasto ever, and an unsigned bands competition
Radiohead, REM, Flaming Lips, sold-out within 24hrs, and basked in glorious sunshine
The White Stripes, Coldplay, Fatboy Slim, a new 'ring of steel' fence, and no gatecrashers
Chemical Brothers, Moby, David Bowie, a collapsing perimeter fence, and more new stages
Blondie, REM, Manic Street Preachers, the sad death of Jean Eavis, and glorious sunshine
Foo Fighters, Blur, Bob Dylan, mud surfing, and half a million quid for charity
The Prodigy, Smashing Pumpkins, Radiohead, torrential rain, and first Glasto on BBC TV
Oasis, Pulp, Massive Attack, and a new dance tent, for Glasto's 25th anniversary
Johnny Cash, Bjork, Rage Against the Machine, the Pyramid burnt down, and Glasto on TV for the first time
The Orb, Lenny Kravitz, Velvet Underground, plus Mr Rolf Harris
Primal Scream, PJ Harvey, Shakespeare's Sister, a new sacred space, and new charities
The Cure, Happy Mondays, De La Soul, a costly police confrontation, and a new name
The Wonderstuff, Pixies, Suzanne Vega, the circus field arrives, and police worked on site for the first time
New Order, Elvis Costello, the introduction of the Womad stage, and £130k raised for charity
The Cure, Madness, Simply Red, and 60,000 festival-goers
With Echo and the Bunnymen, The Boomtown Rats, Joe Cocker, and 5-year-old Emily Eavis playing violin
The year The Smiths headlined (to much outcry) along with Elvis Costello and Billy Bragg
The first Glasto with proper toilets, and the birth of Radio Avalon
The first truly muddy Glasto, with 25,000 people and their first laser show
Now called ‘Glastonbury Festival’, Michael Eavis took the helm and raised £20k for CND
Following the theme ‘The Year of the Child’, the 1979 festival attracted 12,000 people
The impromptu festival
‘Glastonbury Fayre’, held during the summer solstice, had free entry and food for 12,000
The 'Worthy Farm Pop Festival', attended by 1,500 people with tickets costing £1 each