Glastonbury will be rocking vocals from Billie Eilish, Sir Paul McCartney and Kendrick Lamar this weekend, but it was the laughter that filled the air as the sun shines on day two of the famous festival.
Avelers, who had been warned that blue skies could soon be replaced by storm clouds, attended a laughter yoga workshop on Thursday morning at Healing Fields at Worthy Farms in Somerset.
It comes as co-organizer Emily Iwis, who thanked the festival for their commitment to participating, said she thinks “the best people in the world come here”.
As people continued to arrive for the concert, including trains disrupted by another strike, some found that the sun was a bit hot, swapping their summer gear for birthday suits.
Others substituted their tops for strategically placed unicorns, duckweeds and petals.
The more modest still managed to dazzle in an array of fancy head-dressings.
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Many were enjoying the nice weather while they could.
A weather forecaster said thunderstorms were likely over much of southern England on Thursday afternoon.
That means punters may be forced to swap out their sun cream for umbrellas, as the weather turns from “wall-to-wall sunshine” and higher temperatures, as described by “heavy thunderstorms” on Thursday morning. with rain”.
By the end of the weekend, we can see some traditional scenes of those having fun in the wells walking through the mud, with light rain predicted on Friday and Saturday, followed by more heavy rain on Sunday.
Former Beatles star Sir Paul will become the oldest solo headliner when he performs on Saturday, a week after his 80th birthday, while 20-year-old Bad Guys singer Eilish will be the youngest when he takes the stage on Friday night.