Memories are what you make of them, but there have been plenty of wild-eyed, arm spasm-ing beauty on Glastonbury's second tier. Here's the best the Other Stage has to offer this year...
Queens Of The Stone Age
Armed with a set-list handpicked by fans, this should be a real treat and what could be one of the greatest-ever festival shows by Josh Homme and Co. Expect a few rare numbers selected by fan boys as well as classics like this.
Headlines write themselves whenever Primal Scream play Glastonbury, but they should be putting their dry wit and Nazi salutes aside when they play their magnum opus, ‘Screamadelica’, in full.
Mumford & Sons
Just one album down and Mumford & Sons already have a devout following that could put the Pied Piper to shame. This group could be pushing headline territory by the time Glasto comes back in 2013, so see them over the weekend in what will probably be a small affair.
Bombay Bicycle Club
When the indie landfill truck emptied its crap upon the likes of Joe Lean And The Jing Jang Jong and Pigeon Detectives, these indie youngsters showed they had much more in their cannon than a couple of guitars and some skinny jeans. With the chance to debut new material, catch these lot in their prime.
We were there for the awkward moment when Conor Oberst said: “who the fuck is John Peel anyway?” in the John Peel Tent in 2005 and we caught him shun his best hits two years later on the Other Stage. Now it’s his final farewell, he’s shutting shop on the Bright Eyes moniker, so go shed a tear on the Friday.
Check out our Glastonbury preview pieces:
VF guide to hidden Glastonbury.
Things that only happen at Glastonbury.
Michael Eavis interview.
The great VF ‘Special Guests’ sweepstake.
My Festival Life… Greg Roberts from Dreadzone.
Long range Glastonbury 2011 weather forecast.
Photo blog: top 20 bands to see.
Photo blog: the mud.
Photo blog: the weird and wonderful of Worthy Farm.
Do Glastonbury 2011 as a scenester or a senior.
Glastonbury 2011 in numbers.
Glaston-buried by luggage: the ultimate packing checklist.
Glastonbury Festival Spotify playlists.
Video: top five acts to see on the Pyramid Stage.
Video: top five acts to see on the Other Stage.
Video: top five acts to see on the West Holts Stage.
Video: top five acts to see on the John Peel Stage.
Video: top five acts to see on the The Park.
Video: top five acts to see in the Dance Village.