Festival season is just around the corner and renowned for bringing a stellar line-up to the stage year-on-year, Glastonbury hasn't disappointed with its 2013 offering.
After a year's hiatus, the festival returns to its Somerset location and while in 2011 Beyonce and Pendulum were the talk of the event, this year things take a more rock 'n' roll route with The Rolling Stones, Mumford & Sons and Arctic Monkeys headlining the main Pyramid stage. It's the first time in the festival's fifty year history that the Stones have performed, making this a landmark year.
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Breakthrough artists including Rita Ora, Ben Howard and Jake Bugg will also feature on the Pyramid stage over the course of the weekend.
Meanwhile, the Other Stage will be headed up by Portishead, Chase and Status and The XX. The Park Stage will see the likes of The Horrors, Django Django and Dinosaur Jr perform, and the John Peel Stage will play host to indie favourites including Crystal Castles, Hurts, Bastille and James Blake.