With another summer festival season comes another Glastonbury Festival, one of the largest in the world featuring numerous stages and bands, so much so that it makes it hard to decide just what to go and see. This year marks the last Glastonbury until 2019, the show taking its usual break so that the Pilton farms are able to do what they need to in order to continue on into the future. There is a rumour that the festival might be moving away from Pilton, but as the two have become so intertwined, one cannot help but think that the Eavis family will just throw a bunch of money at the farmers in order to continue their long relationship. That being said, before the festival leaves everyone waiting for its return, it did so by featuring dozens upon dozens of great bands. From those that took the Pyramid Stage like The XX, Katy Perry, Biffy Clyro and Barry Gibb to those who took to the Introducing Stage like Palm Honey, Wild Front, Sody and The Sherlocks and finally to those that headlined which included Radiohead, Foo Fighters and Ed Sheeran – it left off with an incredibly diverse and strong lineup. This year would even see the triumphant return of Liam Gallagher who would put on a strong show, much to the enjoyment of many. By all accounts, the 2017 edition of Glastonbury was a smashing success and when it returns, one can only wonder just how it will be able to top itself.