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It's just two weeks until the Glastonbury Festival, when some of the biggest names in music from around the world gather in Somerset under what - we hope - will be sunny skies.
As you might imagine, the site is buzzing with activity as they prepare the farm for the arrival of more than 150,000 people.
Bob Cruwys has been for a look around:
Glastonbury organisers have confirmed US rock band Metallica will headline this year's festival.
They fill the vacant slot on the Pyramid stage on Saturday night and are joined by Dolly Parton, Jack White and Elbow on the main stage.
US rockers Metallica have been announced as the Saturday night headliners for this year's Glastonbury festival.
Organisers confirmed the band would fill the vacant slot on the iconic Pyramid Stage, sandwiched as the headliner act over the three nights between Arcade Fire and Kasabian.
The festival officially runs from June 27-29.
The organisers of Glastonbury have confirmed Metallica as the final headline act of this year's festival. The metal band top the bill alongside Kasabian and Arcade fire and will play the Pyramid stage on the Saturday night of the weekend.
Metallica have sold more than 100 million albums around the world and were formed by James Hetfield and Lars Ulrich in 1981,
Betting on whether Oasis will perform at this year's Glastonbury Festival has been suspended.
Rumours of an appearance started when Liam Gallagher sent a series of tweets which fans saw as a hint his band could be planning at reunion at the Somerset event.
If Oasis did reunite at Glastonbury this year it would coincide with the 20th anniversary re-release of the Definitely Maybe album.
Ladbrokes says it is now suspending betting on the issue.
Emotions are running high as thousands of Glastonbury ticket hopefuls lost out this morning. The website crashed for the first half hour due to the volume of hits. Nearly a million people had registered, but today's 120,000 tickets sold out in a record 1 hour 27 minutes.
The 120,000 remaining tickets for the Glastonbury Festival 2014 have sold out this morning (Sunday 6 October) in a record time of 1 hour and 27 minutes.
The remaining 120,000 tickets for Glastonbury Festival 2014 will go on sale at 9am this morning. Registration has already closed, meaning anyone not registered will not be able to buy tickets. 15,000 coach + ticket packages sold out on Thursday 3 October.
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Michael Eavis believes Metallica deserve their headline spot at Glastonbury, despite their frontman's associations with bear-hunting.
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.