by / June 28th, 2010 /

Video roundup: Glastonbury 2010

Glasto organiser Michael Eavis hailed the 40th anniversary of the festival as the hottest one yet and it certainly looked like it from the TV coverage. Our man Alan Reilly was on the ground but while he is recovering, here are some of the best performances we’ve seen from Glastonbury 2010.

Gorillaz peforming ‘Stylo’ during their headlining set on Friday night (full set here):

Lou Reed joining Gorillaz to play ‘Some Kind of Nature’ from the band’s most recent record Plastic Beach:

Gorillaz performing ‘Clint Eastwood’ with Snoop Dogg:

Snoop Dogg playing ‘Pass Out’ with Tinie Tempah:

Florence and the Machine performed a one-time-only cover of ‘The Chain’ by Fleetwood Mac on Saturday evening:

Florence also appeared with The XX to perform their remix of her own cover of ‘You Got The Love’:

Ray Davies (of the Kinks) performing ‘Waterloo Sunset’ on Saturday night:

Shakira playing ‘Waka Waka’ on Saturday night:

She also covered The XX’s ‘Islands’:

Foals playing ‘Miami’ on Saturday, before singer Yannis jumped into the crowd:

Kylie Minogue and the Scissor Sisters playing ‘Any Which Way’ together:

LCD Soundsystem playing their recent single ‘Drunk Girls’ early Sunday evening:

Muse headlining on Sunday night:

The Edge joined Muse on stage to perform ‘Where the Streets Have No Name’:

Stevie Wonder also playing ‘Don’t You Worry About a Thing’ late Sunday: