If you've ever wondered what one of the world's most famous festivals looks like from the air, watch below. Kylie Pentelow takes to the sky to get a unique perspective of Glastonbury.

ITV West Country's cameras capture a view of the festival site like no other.

Described as a small town in size and population, the true extent to which the event sprawls across the Somerset countryside can be seen from the air.

Rows of tents and yurts, festival-goers' homes for the next five days.

Tents, yurts , campervans and caravans are all used to house festival-goers. Credit: ITV News

Snaking queues of people can be seen from the air as thousands of people already arrive for the opening of the gates.

More than 100,000 people will descend on Somerset for the iconic festival. Credit: ITV News

175,000 people call the fields here home during the festival. Radiohead, Ed Sheeran and the Foo Fighters will headline, performing on the Pyramid stage this year.