It's just two weeks until the Glastonbury Festival, when some of the biggest names in music from around the world will gather in Somerset.
Metallica, Kasabian and Dolly Parton are among the acts which will perform over the weekend at Worthy Farm.
The site is buzzing with activity as they prepare the farm for the arrival of more than 150,000 people.
A brand new willow sculpture has been woven and will be placed on top of the ribbon tower in The Park, an observation deck high above the ground. Locally grown willow from the Somerset Levels has been used in its construction.
Willow worker Jay Davey, who spent a week weaving the sculpture, says:
We're really, really pleased with the new shape. It's made a huge difference and it'll make a big impact once it's on top of the tower.
It'll be a real sight for all the festival goers in a few weeks' time.
For more on the Glastonbury Festival, visit the official website here.