Friday at Glastonbury Festival marks the first day of main stage music with world class headliners, and the top-billed act this year is set to break a record.
History will be made to tonight (June 24) at The Pyramid stage with Billie Eilish set to become the youngest ever solo artist to perform there.
The 20-year-old American singer-songwriter performed at The Other stage in 2019 but this year will be her first time taking to the esteemed Pyramid.
The seven-time Grammy award winning singer will perform alongside her brother, producer and co-writer Finneas O’Connel
Billie made her Glastonbury debut in 2019 when she performed on the Other Stage and treated
crowds to a string of tracks including Bad Guy and You Should See Me In A Crown.
Eilish’s mum Maggie Baird says her daughter’s history-making set at Glastonbury is “definitely amazing but very hard to process at the same time”.
As well as Billie Eilish, the line-up for the Pyramid Stage on Friday includes Sam Fender
Robert Plant and Alison Krauss, Wolf Alice, Crowded House and Rufus Wainwright.
There will also be a performance from Eurovision winners Kalush Orchestra, marking their first performance in the UK since their win in Turin last month.