The UK's number one music festival kicks off from Worthy Farm in Somerset.
Live coverage of Friday night’s headlining set from the inimitable Stormzy.
Coverage of the legendary festival begins with performances by Jorja Smith and Rosalia.
Kevin Parker's Australian psychedelic slow-pop band Tame Impala headline the Other Stage.
Highlights of The Charlatans' set on the Other Stage
Highlights of Sheryl Crow and Jorja Smith's sets on the Pyramid and West Holt stages.
George Ezra returns to Glastonbury with guitar-laden singalong anthems in tow.
British indie faves return to Worthy Farm for a smashing set.
Providing heartfelt singalong melodies on the Pyramid Stage
Northern Irish trio bring their lush indie tunes to the Other Stage.
30 years in and stronger than ever, Tim Burgess and co return to Worthy Farm.
A dose of euphoric electronic, guaranteed to heal all that ails you.
Discordant riffs, staccato bass lines, these New York pros play a motoring headline set.
Charismatic, goth-pop tunes from this Manchester foursome.
Perth psychedelic space rockers unleash their soundscapes on the John Peel Stage.
Dublin's punk five-piece bring the anger and the energy to the John Peel Stage
The subllime voice of Chan Marshall returns to headline Glastonbury's Park Stage.
Soul-folk sensation delivers a stirring vocal performance on the Park stage.
Get ready for the pure rock and reckless abandon that is IDLES.
Hailing from Derry, Bridie Monds-Watson brings her introspective pop to the Park Stage.
Synth laden 80's influenced pop from this multi-talented British artist
US folk rockers unleash an abundance of energy to uplift the Glasto crowd.
Canadian slacker-rock meets off-kilter pop comes to the Other Stage.
Liverpool indie faves kick out the jams on the Other Stage.
British electronic duo bring their atmospheric grooves to Glastonbury