SUNNY skies at Glastonbury Festival have continued into the final day on Worthy Farm.
Fans woke up to sunshine on Sunday and now anticipate a fine day of superb entertainment.
The mud has almost all dried up around the site - with revellers now trudging between stages with relative ease.
Sunday sees a host of respected artists make a festival appearance - with more than a nod to the older generation.
Rockers Status Quo will try and roll back the years to wow audiences on the main stage.
They are followed by Tom Jones, Tony Christie and Madness.
Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds take us into the early evening, before reformed Britpop leaders Blur see out Glastonbury 2009.
The Other Stage entertains two emerging talents - Scottish band Glasvegas and singer-songwriter Bat For Lashes - before old hands The Prodigy take over and rock revellers to a crescendo.
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