Watch full live sets from the three Glastonbury 2014 headliners

Preview headline sets from Kasabian, Arcade Fire and Metallica

Watch full live sets from the three Glastonbury 2014 headliners

Photographer: Alex ElmsVirtual Festivals on 10 June 2014

Metallica live from Rock am Ring 2014

The 'By Request' tour rattles on and after surprise in Helsinki the fans are back on their usual 'greatest hits' bent, requesting 'Fade to Black', 'Master of Puppets', 'Enter Sandman', 'One' and newbie 'Lords of Summer' at last weekend's Rock am Ring Festival in Germany.

Kasabian live from Radio 1's Big Weekend 2014 in Glasgow

The band that have it all get their final wish: the Glastonbury headline slot. Not only this but they'll close the final night on the Pyramid Stage in 2014 - no pressure. Kasabian gave a preview of their full live set at Radio 1's Big Weekend last month, headlining the In New Music We Trust Stage but giving us less new music and more a collection of radio-friendly ladtronica hits from the mid-nougthies, all with the usual helping of bright lights and bravado.

Arcade Fire live from Pinkpop 2014

Having dropped the fictional band persona, The Reflektors, Arcade Fire are still running off the success of their 2013 double album, 'Reflektor', which most recently spawned the single 'We Exist', complete with a starring role for Andrew Garfield in the 'controversial' video. Now numbering more than ten with their full live band, and utilising more pagan visual references than ever before, the band have been delivering highly emotive sets across Europe this summer and will surely pull a few special surprises out for Worthy Farm. Cut short due to storms on site, their Pinkpop didn't include any of the recent cover slots we've come to expect, these have included included The Smiths' 'London', The Black Eyed Peas' 'I Gotta Feeling' plus a rare live outing for 'Headlights Look Like Diamonds' from their self-titled debut EP, released in 2002.

Glastonbury Festival 2014 takes place from 25-29 June on Worthy Farm in Pilton, Somerset. Glastonbury Festival tickets for 2014 have now sold out.

The BBC recently confirmed their plans for the festival, which included more than 100 hours of coverage from Worthy Farm across TV, radio and online.


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