Glastonbury offers fans the chance to see some of the biggest artists in music perform live for the nation.

However, the yearly event also attracts celebrities and other artists not performing, with many coming to enjoy the festival themselves.

This year has been no different with big names in music seen among teh revellers.

This year saw music legends and past acts descend on Glastonbury to see some of their favourite stars.

Stormzy spotted by fans at Glastonbury 2023

Some attendees took to Twitter to point out some of the big names taking part in the festival.

Chief among them was Stormzy who was spotted by a fan earlier today (Sunday).

The user said: "Another surreal #Glastonbury2023 moment last night. Randomly standing next to Stormzy and friends at the Other Stage, watching Central Cee."

His attendance was confirmed when the British rapper posted a video of himself enjoying Glastonbury on Instagram with the caption: "Glasto it was a pleasure".

Paul McCartney rumoured to be Elton John guest after being spotted at Glastonbury 2023

The Beatles legend Paul McCartney was also spotted at this year's festival with many speculating that the star will be one of the guests during Elton John's closing show tonight.

Fans began theorising that he would join the Rocket Man singer on stage after Paul McCartney was spotted among the VIPs watching the Foo Fighters perform as their mystery band The Churnups.

Other users spotted the singer watching The Pretenders on stage as fans noted that he was watching most headliner sets.

Everton manager Sean Dyche, Louis Theroux and more spotted at Glastonbury 2023

Some revellers spotted famous football manager Sean Dyche as fans took selfies with the Everton star.

Louis Theroux was also in attendance to see the Arctic Monkeys and was interviewed by the BBC on Saturday evening.

Princess Beatrice was seen enjoying the festivities as she greeted friends with her husband Edo Mapelli.

Other names spotted at the festival included The 1975 singer Matty Healy and Dan Smith from Bastille.