It’s the third day of Glastonbury Festival and today’s the day the party really gets started.
More than 130,000 ticket-holders were on-site by 9am this morning and numbers are expected to rise to more than 200,000 by the end of the day.
Live music on the big stages kicked off at 11am with The Vaccines. The band held the traditional Friday morning ‘Special Guest’ slot on the famous Other stage.
Tom Odell will step onto the Pyramid Stage this afternoon followed by Bastille and George Ezra.
Headliner Stormzy will then take over the Pyramid Stage from 10:15pm this evening.
What’s happened so far?
A Plymouth couple got married
Yes, you read that right - married. At Glastonbury.
A couple who met at Plymouth University tied the knot in front of guests and excited festival-goers.
Jack and Sarah Watney, who now live together in Glastonbury, got engaged at the festival in 2017 and celebrated their special day back at their favourite place.
You can watch the moment the couple were married below:
Extinction Rebellion and Greenpeace joined forces
On Thursday (27 June) hundreds of environmental activists went on a procession around the site demanding action on climate change.
They met at the Park Stage and listened to passionate speeches from Extinction Rebellion and Greenpeace campaigners, who said urgent action was needed to “avoid a climate catastrophe”.
They then marched to Glastonbury’s Stone Circle where they created what they claimed was the largest ever human hourglass, the familiar symbol of the Extinction Rebellion group.
Festival crowds enjoy Lionesses’ World Cup victory
Thousands of people gathered at Glastonbury’s West Holts stage on Thursday to watch England as they secured a place in the final four of the Women’s World Cup.
Crowds cheered as the team beat Norway 3-0, which proved a spectacular end to a day of scorching sunshine on Worthy Farm.
The match was screened at the festival after Lionesses player Georgia Stanway tweeted organisers asking them to show the game for her attending brother.
Organisers were quick to respond and it became the first ever women’s World Cup game to be shown at the festival.
There’s much more to come today and over the next couple of days. For more, click here.