Thousands of music fans have begun descending on the fields of Worthy Farm, for this year’s Glastonbury Festival.
Gates at the 900 acre site in Pilton, Somerset, opened at 8am on Wednesday (24 June), with many having stayed in their cars overnight to ensure they were among the first to pitch their tents.
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However, the main stages at the event will not open until Friday, when the festival officially begins.
Some of the smaller areas will be putting on some live music and DJ sets to keep revellers entertained in the meantime.
The weather is expected to be mixed, with rain forecast to hit the site on late Thursday night, and showers expected to continue over the weekend, with daytime temperatures staying between 18 and 21 degrees celsius.