Oxford's finest deliver an energetic and angst packed set.
Dance anthems, including the classic Born Slippy, from the electronic legends.
The Sheffield singer songwriter brings his heartfelt tunes to the Park Stage.
The indie veterans open up Glastonbury 2016 with classic anthems and songs from their new album.
The hard-working former Moloko frontwoman performs tracks from her solo career.
A third consecutive Glastonbury appearance for the critically acclaimed rockers.
Putting the Other Stage in motion for a Saturday headline set.
The Scottish trio bring a delightful slice of synthpop to the Other Stage.
Alt rockers, Mercury Rev, give Pilton some of their New York flavour.
Brighton's award-winning DJ veteran returns to keep the rave alive at Glastonbury.
The 1975 perform The Sound at Glastonbury 2016
The hugely popular group get the crowd moving with their blend of ethereal 80s alt-rock.
Providing some heartfelt sing-along moments on the Other Stage.
The Southampton trio rock the Other Stage.
English synth duo Hurts bring dark electro-pop and style to Glastonbury.
Bringing his brand of magical electronica to the West Holts Stage.
Back with her third album and a gold star Glastonbury set.
London-based DJ duo mixing dance, hip-hop, pop, and the traditional music of Malawi.
The Japanese free jazz ensemble deliver an electrifying set blending music and performance art.
The 7-piece Kinshasa group shake up the West Holts Stage.