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All the heights and sights you missed at Glastonbury 2024

Another closing year at the iconic Glastonbury Festival means a whole maelstrom of sights to behold. In the great English tradition of trudging to the outskirts, 200,000 strong congregated in the woods of Somerset for yet another festival of the masses. Amongst them, some of our most beloved faces were present. Whether in a sea of attendees or presenting smack dab on the main stage, our favourites were hard to miss. Ahead, catch up on all the scenes up and down Pilton that you might have missed out this Glastonbury Festival.


A Peace Sign sparks protest and a cool-off for seven whole minutes...

Marina Abramović managed the near-impossible feat: silencing a staggering crowd to an introspective lull for seven whole minutes. In a move to shift the positive energy, the artist wreathed herself in a white peace-sign gown designed by former Burberry head designer Riccardo Tisci. The interaction encouraged the crowds to put their hands on their neighbours and to advocate for holistic peace in a time of war.

Louis and the Game



What do Directioners and your Manchester United loving Uncle have in common? More than you think. Louis Tomlinson of One Direction has waltzed into Glastonbury with a television in tow so that everyone could spectate from the screen for England's Euros Match. Two places, one time.


Dua Lipa takes a load off...


Spotted: Dua L and Callum T catching a few rays of the sun in between the hooplah of the sets.

Brat Girl Summer commences...


Charli XCX debut her Brat Girl Summer with special guests Robyn, Romy, and even Troye Sivan. Her PartyGirl DJ set looked like a lime-green hoot. Paul Mescal and Daisy Jones were spotted tearing it up in vicinity. We'd wager they're fans of the 'So Confusing' remix.



For Ireland...


The Irish were out and about. Here, Paul Mescal, Andrew Scott and Saoirse Ronan make up the contingent of some beloved Irish stars. Notably missing, Ayo Edebiri.



Little Simz storms the Pyramid


Little Sims presented an electrifying pre-set, replete with The Banksy-affirmed blow up sculpture which was a fixture of last year's crowdsurfing antics. Playing the Pyramid before Coldplay, the London rapper blew all who bore witness away - with a promise that this performance won't be her last in the hallowed countrysides.


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