MAGIC, mystery and mud – this year’s Glastonbury Festival continues to dazzle.

Music fans of all ages have been immersing themselves into the sounds of some of the hottest acts around.

Irish rockers U2 headlined the festival last night in front of thousands of adoring fans.

As reported yesterday, rap troupe Wu-Tang Clan produced a typically raucous show on the Pyramid Stage following crowd pleasing sets from Metronomy and Two Door Cinema Club.

Indie hero Morrissey wowed the Pyramid Stage on Friday under the drizzling rain.

The former Smiths frontman performed solo hits such as Everyday’s Like Sunday before throwing This Charming Man and There Is a Light That Never Goes Out into the mix.

There are usually a few surprises thrown into the festival every year, and this year’s was no different.

They are famous for No Surprises, but iconic British rockers Radiohead were unveiled as the surprise guests on The Park stage on Friday evening - much to the amazement of the ecstatic audience.

The action hots up today (Saturday) when Stornoway take to the Pyramid Stage at 11am, and there are also performances from Tine Tempah, Friendly Fires, Elbow, White Lies and Noah and the Whale. Coldplay headline the Pyramid Stage.

There are sure to be more surprises in store, so keep checking this website for all the latest Glastonbury Festival news, round-up and photos.