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Founder: Best Glastonbury yet

The founder of Glastonbury Festival, Michael Eavis, has said that in 43 years of running Britain's most famous musical event he has never put on a better one.

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Mick Jagger makes Rolling Stones Glastonbury debut

One of the most eagerly awaited performances in Glastonbury Festival's history began with a bang tonight.

Lead singer Sir Mick Jagger, 69, takes the mic. Credit: PA

As the Rolling Stones took to the Pyramid Stage 10 minutes after they had been scheduled to start, fireworks flared on both sides of the crowds.

The Stones' performance is one of the most eagerly-anticipated in recent Glastonbury history. Credit: PA

Sir Mick Jagger, wearing a green glittered jacket, then bounded into view to launch into an energetic version of Jumping Jack Flash.

Mick Jagger from the Rolling Stones performs on the Pyramid Stage during the second performance day of the Glastonbury 2013. Credit: PA

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