Glastonbury has drawn to a close for another year, and unfortunately, due to 2018 being a fallow year, we won't be seeing them again for another 722 days. Fortunately 2017 had some of the best performances seen in years and the general atmosphere was truly great, which will stick around in people's minds for quite some time.
Everyone who's been to Glastonbury knows it's not just the music that gives the festival such a great reputation, there's plenty more going on behind the scenes.
Some of 2017's highlights happened both across the stages and the many surrounding fields!
Radiohead's Headline Set
The performance took place on 20th anniversary of Radiohead's first headline set at Glastonbury. That performance is often said to be one of Glastonbury's very best and this one will probably be spoke about in a very similar manner.
The group performed haunting and compelling renditions of songs old and new, including several from Ok Computer - which is also 20 years old this year. It was a mesmerising set that held their experimental and anthemic qualities in perfect balance and one of the stand out moments of the weekend.
Jeremy Corbyn's Inspiring Message
Corbyn is inspiring people everywhere at the moment, so it's only right that he showed his face to inspire the crowds at Glasto! He appeared on the Pyramid Stage, before one of the festival's biggest ever crowds and delivered a rousing, call-to-arms speech tackling issues of poverty, discrimination and peace. The crowds loved him as much as they loved Dave Growl who took to the stage later on in the evening. The guy is a rockstar!
The World's Largest Peace Sign
In these dark and unsure days, what the nation needs is unity and hope. 15,000 people gathered at the spiritual stone circle to create the world's largest peace sign. It's exactly what the crowds needed to kick start the weekend in the most positive way possible.
The Killers Secret Show
Well, that was unexpected! Glasto is known for throwing a few surprise performances into the mix with rumours flying around for months. Nobody suspected that a band as big as The Killers would randomly show up at the John Peel set, but they sure did, and they blew the crowd away with their new material!
The Jacksons MJ Tribute
8 years to the day that MJ passed, The Jacksons took the West Holts stage by storm. One of the more emotional moments of the weekend certainly hit the audience as the brothers dedicated 'I'll Be There' and 'Gone Too Soon' to their late sibling. A special moment.