Glastonbury: Radiohead creep to triumph

updates from on site

published: Sat 24th Jun 2017

around the festival site (The Park)

Wednesday 21st to Sunday 25th June 2017
Worthy Farm, Pilton, Shepton Mallet, Somerset, BA4 4AZ, England MAP
£238 plus booking fee - SOLD OUT
daily capacity: 203000
last updated: Mon 19th Jun 2017

Each day of Glastonbury Festival we'll be bringing you a daily dose of the Festival from right here on site.

Yesterday's entertainment was topped by Radiohead, who rewarded faithful fans bringing a pleasing set to a climax with both Creep, and Karma Police. Before that the crowd were singing the Jeremy Corbyn song (who appears today before Run The Jewels,  and then again in Leftfield) from the crowd, rewarded by the band performing 'You And Who's Army' and cheers for Thom dedicating 'No Alarms And No Surprises' to Theresa, quipping, "Shut the door on your way out." At times their set was punctuated by the sounds of Dizzee Rascal on West Holts, whilst Wayne Coyne brought proceedings at the Park to a halt whilst zooming over the crowd.

Earlier in the day half of the audience watching 81 year old Kris Kristofferson found themselves in the same field as Johnny Depp. Crowds also created a peace sign up at the stone circle. Elbow made an appearance in The Park to celebrate it's 10th anniversary. New Zealand's Lorde appeared in her own glass shipping container.

The morning stared with a respectful minutes silence before Hacienda Classical with Roweta, Bez, and Peter Hook provided an upbeat start to the day.

Light rain arrived on site in the early hours and failed to dispel.

Tonight we have Foo Fighters headlining the Pyramid Stage, with The Jacksons, Alt-J, Phoenix, Warpaint, and more topping the main stages billing.

The weather, is expected to be much like yesterday, cloudy with rain likely to appear again for Liam Gallagher's appearance.


Wednesday 21st to Sunday 25th June 2017
Worthy Farm, Pilton, Shepton Mallet, Somerset, BA4 4AZ, England MAP
£238 plus booking fee - SOLD OUT
daily capacity: 203000
last updated: Mon 19th Jun 2017


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