Glastonbury 2024 is entering its final day of live music as thousands enjoy the sites and delights on display at Worthy Farm.

The festival has seen musical acts from Coldplay, Dua Lipa, the Last Dinner Party, Cyndi Lauper and many more yet to perform including SZA and Shania Twain.

But along with the music comes the fun and quirky flags that soar in the sky on giant poles.

Whether they are there to make people laugh or to show off a great design, there are plenty of highlights to pick from.

Here are some of the best and funniest flags spotted at the Glastonbury Musical Festival so far this year.

The best and funniest flags at Glastonbury 2024

One X, formerly Twitter, a user spotted a flag inspired by the disastrous Wonka experience in Glasgow that saw one Ommpa Lompa become viral with the catchphrase "Let's Go Girls", as the X user said: "I wish whoever made this flag at Glastonbury eternal happiness health and wealth."

Another Glastonbury attendee was ready to make a statement with their flag, stating that "Jaffa Cakes Are Biscuits" amid the never-ending debate if the treat is a cake or a biscuit.

A flag inspired by The Office.A flag inspired by The Office. (Image: Newsquest)

A fan of The Office, the American version, brought Dwight Schrute to Glastonbury as the "assistant to the festival manager."

Flags inspired by Gavin and Stacey and The Peep Show.Flags inspired by Gavin and Stacey and Peep Show. (Image: Newsquest)

Another sitcom-inspired flag saw "I want a kebab" fly high, from the Peep Show's character Gog while one Gavin and Stacey fan flew Pete and Mick's 'Fix You' scene in the sky.

With the general election just days away, some were inspired by the political climate including 'A Sky Full Full of Starms' flag mixing Coldplay song 'A Sky Full of Stars' with Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer.

A fellow politically inspired flag said "No one had Sky TV in the 80s" relating to Conservative leader Rishi Sunak's previous statement regarding what he went without as a child.

One Glastonbury guest waved a flag inspired by Wales, but with a new twist, with "the nation of Whales" seeing a red whale on the white and green flag.

The 'Annoying Flag'. The 'Annoying Flag'. (Image: Newsquest)

But it seems not everyone is happy with Glastonbury's tradition of flags as one festival goer simply had a white flag with "Annoying Flag" written across it.