The full stage times for Glastonbury 2013 have been announced - details below.
One of the biggest music festivals in Europe, Glastonbury retains an edge that other summer events can't quite match. Returning after taking a year off, the Worthy Farm festival lingers enticingly on the horizon like the mud-clad music spectacular we all know it can be.
Running between June 26th - June 30th, the event is dominated by a headline performance from The Rolling Stones. The legendary rockers will travel to Worthy Farm for their first Glastonbury visit, and are expanded to play a lengthy set.
According to recently released stage times, The Rolling Stones will perform for over two hours. Widely expected to draw on the same well which propelled their epic comeback last year, the band have plenty of seminal tracks to choose from.
Going up against the group are a motley crew of young acts, including Chase & Status, Public Enemy, Hurts and Fuck Buttons.
On Friday night Arctic Moneys will play a 90 minute headline set, while Mumford & Sons will close the festival on Sunday night with a similar sized set. Meanwhile, weather forecasters are predicting a mixed festival.
As The Guardian points out, none of the major forecasting systems are going for a sun filled event, but equally none are preparing for a wash out. Netweather blogger Jackone wrote: "Not the best of news... Hints of an unsettled period of weather in the runup to the festival … I think a mixed festival is the most likely." Glastonbury runs between June 26th - 30th.