The world's biggest music acts bring their A game down on Worthy Farm.
A reminder of some of the big performances, stories and moments from the weekend's events
Radiohead take to the Pyramid Stage to headline the festival for the third time.
The full and uninterrupted live set from Saturday night's headline act Foo Fighters.
The full live performance from the young Suffolk boy and now global pop star Ed Sheeran.
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.
Dizzee Rascal takes to the stage as the Friday night headliner on the West Holts Stage.
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.
Glastonbury is in full swoon mode after watching Sandé's utterly soulful set.
Back in our lives with their third album, indie trio alt-J are back at Worthy Farm.
Oasis frontman doing what he does best.
Classical meets electronic at the John Peel Stage with chart toppers Clean Bandit.
Kaiser Chiefs bring Good Clean Fun to The Other Stage on Saturday afternoon.
Enter a world of unicorns, castles and pink robots and never look back.
We've been stunned by the beauty of this trio's music and so was Glastonbury.
The disco funk group wowed us in 2013 and raised the bar even higher for 2017.
Jamie's jazz-pop set was the perfect way to spend an afternoon down at Worthy Farm.
This trio's set was all the weird sci-fi magic that we'd been hoping for.
Mike and Ben treat the Pyramid Stage crowd to their amazing sound and energy.
George Ezra returns to Glastonbury with guitar-laden singalong anthems in tow.
The effortlessly cool pop-rock sister trio get the crowd moving.
We totally got lost in Dua Lipa's light with this set.
Chrissie Hynde and the band kick off proceedings with fans rocking out on The Other Stage