Happy despite the mud. Festival goers splash through puddles at the Glastonbury music festival
Happy despite the mud. Festival goers splash through puddles at the Glastonbury music festival Getty

Day two of the Glastonbury Festival continued, despite stormy weather and torrential downpours.

Singer and activist Billy Bragg, who curates the festival's Left Field and has performed at the festival around 20 times, said revellers should wear the mud "with pride".

"Don't mind the mud. It's not any mud, it's Glastonbury mud," he told the Daily Mail.

On Saturday afternoon Dame Vivienne Westwood attended her first Glastonbury and spoke on the Greenpeace field about environmental issues including fracking and climate change.

US singer Kelis performs on the Pyramid Stage, on the second day of the Glastonbury Festival
US singer Kelis performs on the Pyramid Stage, on the second day of the Glastonbury Festival Getty
Some people think Glasto is the cat's whiskers
Some people think Glasto is the cat's whiskers Getty
US rapper Angel Haze performs on the pyramid Stage
US rapper Angel Haze performs on the pyramid Stage Getty
A sea of multi-coloured tents pitched at the festival
A sea of multi-coloured tents pitched at the festival Getty
Sophie Ellis-Bextor performs on The Avalon Stage
Sophie Ellis-Bextor Getty
Titan the Robot impresses the crowd in the Cabaret field
Titan the Robot impresses the crowd in the Cabaret field @GlastoLive