The main stage opened on Friday for the first full day of music, an eclectic mix of pop and rock classics. Turning the tide of the match was one of Britain’s most exciting new bands – The Clause – the perfect blend of huge hooks and indie sensibility. Towards the evening, ’00s favorites Sugababes performed their favorites “Push the Button” and “About You Now” to a jubilant crowd. The Indie Spree Cortainers performed on a sunset set, providing the perfect atmosphere for their raucous hits.
On stage at Big Top, Peter Hook performed classic Joy Division and New Order songs like “Blue Monday” and “Love Will Tear Us Apart,” while The Human League played synths. As a headliner, he gave off a pleasant aura. pop song.
Those dressed in this year’s theme, “Gods and Goddesses – Myth and Music,” will gather at Strawberry Fields today (Saturday, June 17) at 2:00 p.m. to be crowned best-dressed for the festival. Drawing inspiration from fictional, mythical and real life, the winner will receive a special backstage and champagne picnic.
For the rest of the weekend, fans will be treated to an array of incredible acts on 13 stages, including George Ezra, The Chemical Brothers, Robbie Williams, Blondie, Anne-Marie, Gabriel, Niall Horan, James Bay, and more.