“Marathon-trained” Paul McCartney fans gather on the Pyramid Stage for the Glastonbury set

Paul McCartney fans have already gathered outside the Pyramid Stage in Glastonbury in anticipation of today’s (25 June) artist’s headline.

The former Beatle is headlining this year’s Worthy Farm Festival alongside Billie Eilish and Kendrick Lamar.

Festival-goers were already waiting at the foot of the Pyramid Stage barriers early Saturday morning, hours before the live music began.

Speak with BBC NewsOne night owl, Jess Day, said she “trained like a marathon for this.”

She claimed that she devised methods to avoid going to the bathroom in order to stay at the front of the crowd throughout the day.

“A lot of pelvic floor exercises, a lot of pressing,” she said. “It will be worth it.”

“I got slightly dehydrated so I hope there won’t be any problems,” claimed another fan, Henry Thurgood.

Prior to his Glastonbury set, McCartney warmed up to an audience of 800 at Frome and had attendees sing his praises.

The performance at the Cheese and Grain venue sold out within an hour after tickets were released 24 hours before the show.

McCartney becomes Glastonbury Festival’s oldest-ever solo headliner when he takes to the Pyramid Stage, exactly one week since his 80th birthday.

His set comes a day after Billie Eilish became the youngest solo headliner ever at 20.

Read The Independent‘s Live coverage from Glastonbury here.

https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/music/news/glastonbury-paul-mccartney-b2109328.html “Marathon-trained” Paul McCartney fans gather on the Pyramid Stage for the Glastonbury set


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