Feel like you're surrounded by like-minded party-goers and A-list musicians, as we present Radio 1's biggest names down on Worthy Farm.
Ed's headline set will go down in Glastonbury history and rightly so.
Delivering epic alt-rock guitar heroes Biffy Clyro hit the Pyramid Stage.
The effortlessly cool pop-rock sister trio get the crowd moving.
The man with the voice. This was epic in every sense.
We've been stunned by the beauty of this trio's music and so was Glastonbury.
Glastonbury is in full swoon mode after watching Sandé's utterly soulful set.
One of the greatest bands on the planet and after this - one of the greatest of all time.
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.
The Godfather of grime himself.
Mike and Ben treat the Pyramid Stage crowd to their amazing sound and energy.
What a presence, what a show. This is Lorde at her best.
We totally got lost in Dua Lipa's light with this set.
This trio's set was all the weird sci-fi magic that we'd been hoping for.
Classical meets electronic at the John Peel Stage with chart toppers Clean Bandit.
George Ezra returns to Glastonbury with guitar-laden singalong anthems in tow.
Festival lovers Blossoms return to Worthy Farm and drop a very special Glastonbury set.
Diplo, Jillionaire and Walshy Fire return to Glastonbury and make everybody DANCE.
Indie rock music to jump around to - simple as that, and we love it.
Queen of the dance floor and Radio 1 treasure Annie Mac headlines John Peel Stage.
Feel rejuvenated through the tinted teenage lenses of McKenna music - Glasto guaranteed.
Back in our lives with their third album, indie trio alt-J are back at Worthy Farm.
With his quick and witty lyrics Loyle Carner is a force on the John Peel Stage.
Sampha's music connects with people, but this was a set that did more; it moved us.