Incredible highlights from this year's festival.
Ed's headline set will go down in Glastonbury history and rightly so.
One of the greatest bands on the planet and after this - one of the greatest of all time.
20 years since they first headlined the Pyramid stage, Radiohead return to Worthy Farm.
Performing for the very first time at Glastonbury, Katy brings nothing but pop perfection
The man who gave us the Bee Gees is now the man who got everyone at Glasto dancing.
Oasis frontman doing what he does best.
Glastonbury is in full swoon mode after watching Sandé's utterly soulful set.
How to describe this man and this set in under 89 characters? Simply > WATCH IT NOW.
What a presence, what a show. This is Lorde at her best.
Kaiser Chiefs bring Good Clean Fun to The Other Stage on Saturday afternoon.
The boy in the corner is back centre stage with an energetic uplifting set.
The disco funk group wowed us in 2013 and raised the bar even higher for 2017.
George Ezra returns to Glastonbury with guitar-laden singalong anthems in tow.
Indie rock music to jump around to - simple as that, and we love it.
We totally got lost in Dua Lipa's light with this set.
Boisterous rockers the Sleaford Mods ripped, kicked and tore it UP!
A band you've got to see live and if that live is at Glasto, that's close to perfection
Rewind - Craig David as in 7 Days Craig David at Glastonbury? Wow.
Truthful lyrics and beautiful melodies Father John Misty was made for the stage.
2017 marks a change in direction for this pioneer of the sample and the crowd loved it.
With her huge hit Habits (Stay High) Lo is the perfect mix of euphoria and melancholy.
Jamie's jazz-pop set was the perfect way to spend an afternoon down at Worthy Farm.
Glastonbury pros Courteeners are made to perform on The Other Stage, and boy they deliver
Mike and Ben treat the Pyramid Stage crowd to their amazing sound and energy.