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Dolly Parton is the Sunday afternoon retro pick, while Kasabian headline the main stage ten years after their first appearance at the festival.
Ten years after they opened Glastonbury with an 11am performance at The Other Stage, the boys from Leicester finally headlined the festival.
Kicking off with the new single Bumblebeee, a track from their fifth album 48:13, the band made their way through ten year's worth of hits.
Dressed in a white tuxedo, singer Tom Meighan told the crowd at the Pyramid Stage: "Ten years ago, we opened Glastonbury, I was 23 years old. I'd been up all night (of course). Thank you for this. So much respect."
The set included a pounding Shoot The Runner, a rousing Underdog and a storming take on the hit of the summer, Eez-Eh
The set also included covers of Gnarls Barkley's Crazy and Fatboy Slim's Praise You. Plus, the band were joined on stage by Noel Fielding for Vlad The Impaler.
Much of the crowd were wearing cardboard "skull" masks that reflected guitarist Serge Pizzorno's skeleton outfit.
The show came a week after the band's triumphant homecoming gig at Leicester's Victoria Park and climaxed with LSF (Lost Souls Forever), from Kasabian's debut album.
The US blues rock duo performed on the Pyramid Stage before Kasabian on Sunday evening.
The band performed a set that included the favourites Gold On The Ceiling and Lonely Boy.
The duo also performed some tracks from their new album, Turn Blue, including the single Fever.
The singer songwriter performed on Sunday on the Pyramid Stage.
The singer drew a good crowd for his set, which came straight after Dolly Parton's show.
Sheeran was playing on the afternoon that his second album, X, hit Number One in the charts.
The country music veteran held the Sunday afternoon "vintage" slot and performed to a huge audience by the Pyramid Stage.
Dolly performed some of her most famous hits, including Jolene, 9 To 5 and I Will Always Love You.
The Manchester band played a impressive set on the Pyramid Stage on Sunday afternoon.
Their setlist included the favourites Sex, Chocolate and The City.
The band joined the Sunday afternoon line-up on the Pyramid Stage, which also included Dolly Parton, Ed Sheeran and The Black Keys.
Ballet on the Pyramid Stage got Sunday morning off to a gentle start at Glastonbury. They performed the piece Lest We Forget, to mark 100 years since the start of the First World War.
The Sunday morning slot has previously been held by the English National Opera and the Glastonbury Town Brass Band.
The Glastonbury veteran performed a solo version of his song Between The Wars before the English National Ballet's performance.
Performance art is one of the main attractions at Glastonbury.
Things brightened up a bit on Sunday...
A keen Dolly Parton fan gets into position.