Some of our favourite festival moments over the last 10 years!

  1. Adele's headline set at Glastonbury 2016 - Adele's set at Glastonbury in 2016 was a triumph, with the singer showcasing her powerful voice and engaging personality to a massive crowd. Highlights included emotional renditions of "Hello" and "Someone Like You," as well as a cover of Bob Dylan's "Make You Feel My Love."
  2. Daft Punk's surprise appearance at The Weeknd's Wireless set in 2017 - Fans at The Weeknd's Wireless set were thrilled when Daft Punk appeared on stage to perform their hit collaboration "Starboy." It was Daft Punk's first live performance in several years and a rare treat for festival-goers.

  3. Stormzy's headline set at Glastonbury 2019 - Stormzy made history as the first black British solo artist to headline Glastonbury in 2019, and he delivered an electrifying performance that celebrated black culture and British identity. Highlights included a cover of "Sweet Like Chocolate" and a duet with Coldplay's Chris Martin.

  4. Arctic Monkeys' headline set at Reading and Leeds 2014 - Arctic Monkeys' set at Reading and Leeds in 2014 was a masterclass in rock and roll, with the band playing hits like "I Bet You Look Good On The Dancefloor" and "Do I Wanna Know?" to a massive crowd. The set was a reminder of why the band is one of the most beloved in the UK.

  5. Beyoncé's headline set at Glastonbury 2011 - Beyoncé's performance at Glastonbury in 2011 was a dazzling display of talent, with the singer delivering hit after hit to a captivated audience. Highlights included a cover of "Bohemian Rhapsody" and a dance-heavy rendition of "Crazy In Love."

  6. Kendrick Lamar's headline set at Reading and Leeds 2018 - Kendrick Lamar's set at Reading and Leeds in 2018 was a powerful showcase of the rapper's lyrical prowess and stage presence. Highlights included "DNA," "Humble," and "Alright," as well as a tribute to the late rapper Mac Miller.

  7. Radiohead's headline set at Glastonbury 2017 - Radiohead's set at Glastonbury in 2017 was a haunting and beautiful affair, with the band playing hits like "Creep," "Karma Police," and "Paranoid Android" to a massive crowd. The set was also notable for the band's tribute to the late MP Jo Cox.

These moments are just a small sampling of the incredible performances and surprises that have made UK music festivals so special over the last decade. From legendary headliners to rising stars, these festivals have showcased the best of British music and culture, and they continue to be a must-see event for music fans around the world.

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