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As is traditional for the final day of any festival, the line-up goes a bit wobbly and eclectic today. Surf around the channels and find something new, or something old and delightful. In the latter category might be Kenny Rogers and the venerable Bobby Womack.
There’s also plenty of exotic fare from beyond the UK and US, with Sergio Mendes, the Congos and Ondatropica particularly worth keeping an ear out for. Headlining are posh faux-folkers Mumford & Sons, with other big names, including the XX, Smashing Pumpkins, Vampire Weekend, Phoenix and the colossal Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds.
Jo Whiley, Mark Radcliffe and Lauren Laverne present coverage from Worthy Farm, with headliners Mumford & Sons scheduled to bring proceedings to a close on the Pyramid stage. Plus, highlights from a final day on which Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, Kenny Rogers, Smashing Pumpkins and Public Image Ltd were due to play, as well as acoustic performances in the studio and a look back at the most memorable moments of the weekend.
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