Thousands of revellers are packing up their sleeping bags and tents, as this year's Glastonbury Festival closes. This year festivals goers were treated to performances by Kayne West, Paloma Faith, a surprise set by The Libertines, and Florence and the Machine's headline act.
Revellers carry their belongings as they arrive for the Glastonbury Festival at Worthy Farm. Dylan Martinez/Reuters Paloma Faith performs on the Pyramid stage at Worthy Farm in Somerset. The singer wowed the crowd with a rendition of Jimi Hendrix's 'Purple Haze'. Dylan Martinez/Reuters A reveller dances as George Ezra performs on the Pyramid stage at Worthy Farm. The festival ran from 24-28 June. Dylan Martinez/Reuters Revellers look at paintings at Worthy Farm in Somerset. As well as music, Glastonbury's sideshows feature arts and alternative culture displays. Dylan Martinez/Reuters Pete Doherty of the Libertines performs on the Pyramid stage during a surprise set. Dylan Martinez/Reuters A reveller, covered in mud, chats with friends. Mud is an omnipresent feature of Glastonbury. Dylan Martinez/Reuters Even the horse mounted police officers patrolling the festival got into the spirit, wearing fairy wings. Dylan Martinez/Reuters Kim Kardashian's husband, hip-hop star Kanye West, performs on the Pyramid stage. Kayne's performance split the audience: some saw it as a powerful set from a talented musician, others as more Spinal Tap. Dylan Martinez/Reuters A reveller grins at the Shangri La at Worthy Farm in Somerset. The 135,000 tickets for the festival sold out within 25 minutes. Dylan Martinez/Reuters Florence Welch of Florence and the Machine performs on the Pyramid stage. Welch stepped up to headline Glastonbury when the Foo Fighters dropped out after lead singer Dave Grohl broke his leg during a concert. Dylan Martinez/Reuters