Glastonbury 2022: Worthy Farm in pictures

Music fans flock to Worthy Farm for the first Glastonbury Festival since 2019.

The world-famous event was canceled in 2020 and 2021 due to the pandemic but has now returned and is set to be headlined by Billie Eilish, Paul McCartney and Kendrick Lamar.

Other acts on the bill include Diana Ross in the traditional Legends slot, as well as Sam Fender, Megan Thee Stallion, Foals, St Vincent, Lorde, Olivia Rodrigo, AJ Tracey and many more performing June 24-26.

On Wednesday 22nd June, festival co-organisers Michael and Emily Eavis welcomed revelers back to the festival in Somerset.

“To actually see people there and welcome them, to watch them pour in and run to set up their tents… it’s an amazing feeling,” Emily Eavis told Lauren Laverne in an interview with BBC Radio 6.

“We did so much for the 50th [anniversary]obviously some of that is still happening this year and we’ve fused all those ideas into this one festival.

“I think every detail and part of the process was devoured and enjoyed by everyone, it’s so valuable.”

Take a look at the best pictures from Glastonbury weekend 2022 below:



(Tom Wren/SWNS)

The silhouette of a festival participant standing on the stone circle


Left to right: Simon Lampard (52), Pat Brooks (82) and Linda Brooks-Lampard (51) arrive on day one. Pat got Glastonbury tickets for her 80th birthday



(Tom Wren/SWNS)


Revelers cheer as a wooden phoenix is ​​burned


A festival goer plays the guitar while others dance around a campfire



(Jenny Louise Bell)

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