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New legends on the rise before a stodgy headliner: Everything we learnt at Glastonbury this Saturday

The sun blazed in the sky as Saturday at Glastonbury kicked off. If the previous day was an ode to pop stardom, Saturday provided a more eclectic variety of musicians with an exuberant colourful finale. Yet for all the fireworks and confetti, we’re still unconvinced by the choice for Coldplay to headline a record fifth time. Here’s everything we learnt from Saturday at Glastonbury Festival 2024.

While we were soaking up rays in the resplendent sunshine, we also needed some food to soak up the previous night’s festivities at Dua Lipa. Walking around the colossal festival site, one of the highlights is the sheer variety of food options to choose from. Top tip: for free food, there’s a Hare Krishna tent in the Healing Fields giving out delicious vegan meals. If you can name a cuisine, it’s here.

Case in point, for our first proper meal of the day we stopped off at a poke place to get a bowl of salmon sashimi with veg on rice. After being assured of the food vendor’s quality refrigeration in this Somerset field, we tucked into a backdrop of Femi Kuti at the Pyramid Stage.

And what a backdrop it was. The son of Afrobeat pioneer Fela Kuti, 62-year-old Femi brought his own brand of his father’s musical stylings to Glastonbury. It’s a joyous celebratory performance in which Femi recalls his father bringing him on the same stage 40 years ago, before asking his own son, Made Kuti to the stage who performs an unbelievably long continuous note during a solo on the alto saxophone.

As always, Glastonbury aficionados will tell you that the “real” festival experience is away from the main stages and while exploring we found our fair share of fun. First, via a marching kazoo band parading through the fields. Of course, we couldn’t resist