Back up to: Glastonbury
Globe-conquering hitmaker and one-man-band conquers the Pyramid Stage
Dave Grohl and band deliver a rock masterclass at Glastonbury 2017
20 years since they first headlined the Pyramid stage, Radiohead return to Worthy Farm.
The Killers return to Worthy Farm for a surprise appearance on the John Peel Stage.
The man who gave us the Bee Gees is now the man who got everyone at Glasto dancing.
Performing for the very first time at Glastonbury, Katy brings nothing but pop perfection
Delivering epic alt-rock guitar heroes Biffy Clyro hit the Pyramid Stage.
Oasis frontman doing what he does best.
How to describe this man and this set in under 89 characters? Simply > WATCH IT NOW.
The disco funk group wowed us in 2013 and raised the bar even higher for 2017.
Queen of the dance floor and Radio 1 treasure Annie Mac headlines John Peel Stage.
A mass singalong if ever there was one. It's the legends that are The Jacksons.
A captivating, enthralling display from the New Zealand star
Classical meets electronic at the John Peel Stage with chart toppers Clean Bandit.
Elbow were the surprise guest celebrating 10 years of Emily Eavis' Park Stage.
Atmospheric, noir-pop brilliance from the influential London trio
Dizzee Rascal takes to the stage as the Friday night headliner on the West Holts Stage.
The punk duo deliver a storming surprise set on the BBC Introducing Stage.
Diplo, Jillionaire and Walshy Fire return to Glastonbury and make everybody DANCE.
Chrissie Hynde and the band kick off proceedings with fans rocking out on The Other Stage
Enter a world of unicorns, castles and pink robots and never look back.
Boy Better Know aka JME and Skepta stormed the Other Stage and made history.
Back in our lives with their third album, indie trio alt-J are back at Worthy Farm.
Multi-instrumentalist Joe Mount brings his inventive electronica to the John Peel Stage
From the Manor to Glasto, the grime king shut things down
Always impressive, Phoenix wow Glastonbury yet again headlining the John Peel Stage.
The Godfather of grime himself.
Jools and his famously good big band bring boogie woogie funky fun to the Pyramid Stage.
Glastonbury is in full swoon mode after watching Sandé's utterly soulful set.
The man with the voice. This was epic in every sense.