Glastonbury 2016: Muse Kick Off Festival With Electrifying Pyramid Stage Set

The rockers headlined the first official night of the event.

25/06/2016 09:27 | Updated 25 June 2016
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Muse have kicked off the first official night of Glastonbury 2016 in style as they headlined the Pyramid Stage on Friday (24 June).

The rockers delighted the crowd with an electrifying set at Worthy Farm in Pilton, Somerset. 

Frontman Matt Bellamy and his fellow bandmates worked their way through a 21 song setlist, including some of their biggest hits like 'Supermassive Black Hole', 'Time Is Running Out' and 'Plug In Baby'. 

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Muse headlined the Pyramid Stage on Friday night

It isn't the first time they have headlined the festival, having played the iconic Pyramid in 2004, when they topped the bill with Paul McCartney and Oasis

Revellers still have plenty left to enjoy as this year's festival continues over the next two days. 

 Watch Muse perform 'Mercy' at Glastonbury in the video below...

Saturday night will see Adele play her highly-anticipated headline set, which will mark the first time she has ever performed at Glastonbury. 

Sunday night will also see seasoned headliners Coldplay introduce their third Pyramid Stage set, as they draw the 2016 event to a close. 

Across the many other stages at the event, the likes of The 1975, Tom Odell, Years And Years and Earth, Wind And Fire will also perform. 

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Glastonbury 2016 Day One

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