The 34th annual Glastonbury Festival kicks off Wednesday with a stacked lineup, featuring headlining sets from Muse, Adele and Coldplay. The festival runs from Wednesday all the way through Sunday, June 26, with Coldplay, LCD Soundsystem and Earth, Wind and Fire closing out the festivities on the three main stages.
Tickets for the festival sold out within 30 minutes when they went on sale in October, and the resale market has been cutthroat, but those who managed to grab them are in for a truly blissful weekend.
Alongside the headliners, Beck, James Blake, Disclosure, Grimes, Jeff Lynn's ELO and Ellie Goulding enjoy top-billing. On the hip-hop front Skepta, Vince Staples and Little Simz all have prominent spots on the festival bill, while Kurt Vile, Chvrches, the 1975, Tame Impala and Savages represent for the indie world.
The full lineup below and check the schedule and stages here.
At the moment, the festival looks extremely unpredictable for the week, with afternoon showers possible every day. Liam Dutton, weather presenter for Channel 4 News has been running updates for the week continually on Twitter. His latest emoji-heavy forecast is posted below.
The grounds are also already extremely muddy, according to most reports. Pack golashes, ponchos and tarps and prepare to become yet another iconic Glastonbury mud person.