The most memorable Glastonbury performances
It began the day after Jimi Hendrix died in 1970, with a mere 1,500 attendees and a fee of just £1 - including free milk from the farm.
More than forty years on and the festival is going stronger than ever, so we take a look back at the most memorable performances to grace Worthy Farm.
We couldn't possibly fit them all in, so please leave your suggestions for other memorable performances below.
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