Check out the highlights and headliners from down on Worthy Farm.
Coldplay end the weekend bringing powerful and emotive pop anthems to Worthy Farm.
Showcasing her superstar status, Adele takes the Pyramid Stage by storm.
Delivering epic alt-rock, Muse close the first night of this year's Glastonbury.
One of the UK's brightest talents delivers a perfect slice of pop on the Pyramid Stage.
It's blue skies all round with Jeff Lynne's ELO. The rock icons had the crowd going wild.
Dance the night away as electronic brother duo provide the perfect tunes.
Putting the Other Stage in motion for a Saturday headline set.
There isn't another artist out there like her. Electronica dreams are brought to life.
The Icelandic trio bring their ethereal sound to the John Peel stage.
The hard-working former Moloko frontwoman performs tracks from her solo career.
Witness the West Holts Stage light up into a disco. It could only be Earth, Wind & Fire.
It’s Jake Bugg, but not like ever before. The John Peel stage hosted the indie rock star.
James Murphy's roadshow takes the audience to dizzying new levels on the Other Stage.
A Glastonbury debut for the French chanteuse and her unique brand of irresistible pop.
Charles Hazlewood conducts Army of Generals and members of the British Paraorchestra.
Bringing his brand of magical electronica to the West Holts Stage.
The Ronettes' lead singer delivers a dose of 60s pop on the Park Stage.
The Sheffield singer songwriter brings his heartfelt tunes to the Park Stage.
The French electro band headline Saturday night's John Peel Stage.
Featuring new tracks, alongside dance anthems, including the classic Born Slippy.