Conditions remain muddy and wet on site but are expected to largely dry out for the weekend
Past headliners have included Pulp, The Smiths, Radiohead, Jay Z and the late, great David Bowie
More commanding than they have ever been in an evening that sets new standards for the possibilities of arena rock
Kaiser Chiefs and The Charlatans are among past acts to kick off the Worthy Farm festival
It's potentially great news for dads
Founder Michael Eavis has already booked six headliners for the next two years, so they might have a long wait
The band will return to the UK in April for three tour dates
Kanye West and Drake will also play Wireless
Johnny Marr had the audience spinning, and your reviewer wiping a tear from her eye
“I’ve forgot the words,” sings Alex Turner at the climax of the encore "505". It is the last song of Arctic Monkeys’ London iTunes festival headline slot (and an established fixture on the band’s setlist for several years) on the day their much-lauded new album AM is released.
Even credible indie bands have their whole performance pre-loaded onto a laptop, according to J Willgoose Esq
As bands like the Rolling Stones, Pink Floyd and Genesis moved into arenas and stadiums in the 1970s, stage design became an important part of the fan experience.
Bertolucci's none-too-subtle study of youthful alienation is a film for auteurists – but claustrophobics beware
Storm Thorgerson was cantankerous, couldn’t draw and wasn’t a great photographer. But his album artwork for Pink Floyd, described yesterday as “revolutionary”, has become part of our cultural wallpaper.
Storm Thorgerson, the artist and designer of some of the most distinguished album covers in history, has died. He was 69.
Music in a muddy field? No, summer rock has changed