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See photos as SEVENTEEN become first K-pop band to play Glastonbury

The 13-piece band hit the Pyramid Stage on Friday afternoon.

By Will Richards

(Picture: Aaron Parsons Photography)

SEVENTEEN made history at Glastonbury today (July 28), becoming the first K-pop band to perform at the legendary festival – see what went down with our photo gallery below.

The 13-piece band played an early afternoon set on the Pyramid Stage, performing songs from across their discography.

Performing tracks in both Korean and English, the band’s Joshua told the crowd: “Even though the language, country and culture are different, we can all connect through the music. That’s why we’re here today.”

They also acknowledged the history of their set, unfurling a flag with the message: “SEVENTEEN right here – making history at Glastonbury”.

See the band’s full setlist below.

‘Ready to Love’
‘Rock with You’
‘2 Minus 1’
‘I Don’t Understand but I Love U’
‘Cheers to Youth’
‘God of Music’
‘Very Nice’

The first night of Glastonbury 2024 will be headlined by Dua Lipa, while Tame Impala‘s Kevin Parker will also play a secret set at the festival tonight.

You can check back here for all of Rolling Stone UK’s Glastonbury content over the weekend.