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Full Glastonbury line up and set times for Sunday on Pyramid Stage, Other, Woodsies, West Holts and Park

Glastonbury's final day of music will get underway on Sunday and the festival is set to go out with a bang.

Fresh from headlining BST Hyde Park on Saturday night, American R&B singer SZA will close the Pyramid Stage tonight. The Kill BIll hitmaker was named international artist of the year at the Brit Awards earlier this year.

Her performance will follow sets on the main stage from Nigerian star Burna Boy and singer and actress Janelle Monae. Over on the Other Stage, there will be performances from Canadian rock chick Avril Lavigne and Northern Irish band Two Door Cinema Club before headliners The National close the stage.

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Also on Sunday, country giant Shania Twain will take to the Pyramid Stage for the coveted legend slot in the afternoon. The 58-year-old has promised a set full of her biggest hits, which include Man! I Feel Like A Woman and That Don't Impress Me Much.

The Woodsies stage will see a headline performance from music producer James Blake, while French dance act Justice tops the bill on the West Holts stage.

The festival takes place at Worthy Farm in Somerset with around 200,000 people pitching up on the site over the weekend. As well as the music, Glasto-goers get to enjoy the site's many art installations, theatre performances and circus, comedy and spoken words acts.

On Saturday night, Glastonbury veterans Coldplay performed their fifth headline set at the festival. The BBC has been broadcasting live from the festival all weekend, with dozens of sets available to watch on BBC One and on iPlayer.

Here's what to expect from Sunday's musical line up.