After 5 days of impressive music from some of the world’s biggest artists, the Glastonbury Festival is now over.
Glastonbury Festival returned to Worthy Farm in the UK this weekend with two hundred thousand people making their way down to Somerset where they got to enjoy headline performances from Stormzy, The Killers, The Cure and so much more!
Highlights from Glastonbury
More than 2,800 acts performed across 79 stages for the five days.
The Pyramid Stage was where Stormzy, The Killers and The Cure performed.
Musicians, politicians and fans are still praising Stormzy after he became the first black solo British headliner at Glastonbury festival, opening to a spectacular pyrotechnic display.
Some of the other standout acts to take the Pyramid stage included Liam Gallagher, George Ezra, Vampire Weekend, Kylie Minogue, Ms Lauryn Hill as well as Janet Jackson.
The Other Stage hosted Tame Impala, Two Door Cinema Club, The Chemical Brothers, Christine and the Queens and Dave and Billie Eilish, amongst others.
Janelle Monáe performed on the West Holts Stage while The Streets played on the John Peel Stage.
The Park Stage was where Cat Power made it happen, Carl Cox went B2B with Jamie Jones at Arcadia’s Pangea while Four Tet headlined Wow!
Stay Tuned For 2020 Updates
While it’s probably best to keep an eye out for any official announcements from the festival, their Twitter account is a good place to stay up to date – June 26-28 has however been suggested, as the solstice will come on June 20.
While the exact dates haven’t been released just yet, tickets usually go on sale towards the beginning of October, with the resale kicking off in April. So if Glastonbury is on your bucket list, mark your calendar!