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Glastonbury 2024 fans say it's 'criminal' and festival 'messed up' as Avril Lavigne performs

Glastonbury Festival 2024 viewers were left branding Avril Lavigne's set 'criminal' - but not because of her own doing. The Canadian musician dazzled crowds at Worthy Farm as she opened her set on the Other Stage with hit track Girlfriend.

Avril wore a tartan skirt, fishnet tights and a black and red jacket while she performed in front of a jam-packed crowd in Somerset as the final day of the festival took place on Sunday (June 30).

Backed with a band, she later delighted the vast crowd with her 2002 debut single Complicated with the Guardian reporting at the time that security were stopping anyone else getting into the field.

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Avril told the crowd at Worthy Farm that she has always “loved” performing in the UK. Before playing her song Losing Grip, she said: “This song is off my first album called Let Go, does anyone out there have a copy of my first album?”

She added: "I wrote that album when I was 16 years old… I ended up moving to Los Angeles and writing this album, it came out when I was 17. I came over here to England the UK right away and everybody here has always been so insanely, incredibly supportive and I’ve loved coming here."

The 39-year-old treated festival-goers to hits including Here’s To Never Growing Up, My Happy Ending, He Wasn’t, and What The Hell during her set. And it seems that those watching at home across the BBC would have liked to have seen Avril on a bigger stage, just as much as those who are struggling to get in to watch her.

@iamfabio said: "Avril Lavigne not being given a slot on the Pyramid Stage is CRIMINAL!