There was the inevitable pre-Glastonbury weather panic.
But it didn't deter 177,000 people from cramming into Worthy Farm to let their hair down.
And they lucked out. It was GLORIOUS.
What mud? What rain?
There were of course plenty of smug people enjoying watching it from home instead.
Until this happened.
Meanwhile, on site The Libertines played a surprise set on the Friday night. Some people were confused as to why they were sharing one microphone.
Pete Doherty dedicated a song to his late friend Alan Wass.
And Mark Ronson provided one of the most poignant moments of the festival by dedicating "Valerie" to Amy Winehouse.
But the real winner of the weekend was Lionel Richie. First he won the merchandise game.
Then the flag and sign game.
Although the security guards performing a flashmob to "Dancing on the Ceiling" almost stole the show.
The fashion was on point as ever.
As were all the other flags on display.
Even the Dalai Lama showed up.
And the crowd sang "Happy Birthday" to him to mark his 80th next week.
As for the other acts, Florence Welch discovered her doppelgänger in the crowd.
And ran around the stage in her bra like a true queen.
Nick Grimshaw and Daisy Lowe LOVED it.
As per usual there were a gazillion celebrity attendees.
Left to right: Niall Horan and Louis Tomlinson from One Direction, Maisie Williams (aka Game of Thrones' Arya Stark), and Bradley Cooper.