The Glastonbury Music Festival wrapped on Monday, after four days of rain-soaked musical brilliance in the lovely UK countryside entertained over 170,000 revelers.
We showed you the full Wu-Tang Clan set already, while Radiohead played a heavy sampling of newer material to the damp crowds in attendance and Beyonce, an odd-duck in the mix, closed with a headline set heavy on hits and spectacle. U2 left their giant claw at home and played a fantastically well-received set amidst a downpour that left the festival grounds caked with mud, despite violent protest for their alleged tax avoidance in recession-devastated Ireland.
Coldplay trotted out new material in a highly celebrated set, while Paul Simon didn't fare nearly as well, disappointing with a lackluster performance. Queens of the Stone Age delivered a fan-selected set of songs, the band's final show before heading into the studio to record their hotly-anticipated new album.
Below you can check out ten full performances from several artists, including Queens of the Stone Age, Big boi, TV on The Radio, The Kills, Janelle Monae and many more. Enjoy – thanks to the fine mofos over at SomeKindofAwesome.
QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE
TV ON THE RADIO
TWO DOOR CINEMA CLUB
NOAH AND THE WHALE