Glastonbury 2024: Shania Twain Rocks The Legends Slot

Let's go girls!

Canadian country-pop star Shania Twain has played a terrific set for Glastonbury’s customary Legends slot.

The Sunday afternoon Legends slot is a Worthy Farm tradition, attracting some truly iconic artists – think Diana Ross, Dolly Parton, and more.

Shania Twain took to the Pyramid Stage in front of a colossal crowd, easily one of the biggest of the weekend. Opening with her epic hit ‘Don’t Impress Me Much’ the atmosphere was electric, with Shania telling the crowd:

The country-pop icon revelled in the afternoon energy, and apparently she was given a guided tour of the mammoth festival site last night.

Continuing with ‘Don’t Be Stupid (You Know I Love You)’ and ‘You Win My Love’, she paused to take a breath, saying: “Glastonbury! I want to get closer to you,” before venturing to the crowd barrier.

“It’s such an honour to be invited want to say I see a lot of cowboy hats… I feel and I see your support. Thank you all so much for having me.”

A set packed with glitz and glamour, the cowboy hat clad star delivered a fan-pleasing rollercoaster of a performance, with sing-along ‘You’re Still The One’ becoming a clear standout for revellers.

She told the crowd: “I hope you do take this away with you… how grateful I am to be invited. It’s such a privilege. Normally my shows are at night and I can only see sections, but I can see all of you… right the way back up to the tents. I can see you and it’s really quite moving.”

Dipping into her country roots, the Canadian born star turned the Pyramid Stage into a sawdust ‘n’ whiskey roots bar.

Closing with her immortal banger ‘Man, I Feel Like A Woman’, Shania Twain waved to the huge crowd, commenting: “Thanks for making me feel so at home here, Glastonbury – you guys rock!”

Glastonbury closes this evening with a special headline set from SZA. Stay tuned for more updates.

Catch Shania Twain at BST Hyde Park in London on July 7th.

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