Hundreds of acts are set to take the stage at the Glastonbury Festival this weekend.
Rock, jazz, hip-hop, trance, indie and electro fans will all be catered for across the 900-acre farm in Pilton, Somerset.
The coveted Pyramid Stage headline slot has an eclectic mix this year.
Gorillaz - an animated, musical project which began life as a spin-off for Blur frontman Damon Albarn - will hope to impress the crowds on Friday.
On Saturday, Muse will bring Glastonbury back to its roots with their stadium-pleasing heavy rock.
Soul supremo Stevie Wonder closes the festival on Sunday night and is expected to perform hits from throughout his nearly 50-year career.