Olly Alexander of Years & Years encouraged everyone to "shove a rainbow in fear's face."
A number of artists spoke out about Brexit.
Including The 1975's Matty Healy...
... And PJ Harvey, who read John Donne's poem 'No Man Is An Island.'
In fact, there was a whole grime takeover on the first day.
There were also knockout performances from...
and Lady Leshurr:
...And the hero we lost this year was remembered.
A tribute to David Bowie was visible on top of the Pyramid Stage for the whole weekend.
The Ziggy Stardust lightning bolt was designed by sculptor Joe Rush, who told The Guardian: “It felt important to capture Bowie’s very particular eye, which was such a part of his look. But I also really liked the idea of Bowie looking out and watching over the whole festival. And if we are going to have an eye in the pyramid, it should be Bowie’s eye.” When Adele, Muse and Coldplay take to the stage, he'll be watching over the enormous crowds."