1. Remember Glastonbury 1995? Via Redferns 2. It was a hot one! Via Redferns 3. The didgeridoo was in fashion. Via Redferns 4. The Stone Roses pulled out of their headline slot at the last minute, so Pulp stepped in. Via Mick Hutson 5. It was one of the great Glastonbury headliner performances. from-the-basement.com 6. And it helped turn Jarvis into a national treasure. Via Redferns 7. Britpop was at its peak, and the whole gang were there. Including a wasted Liam Gallagher. Via Redferns Pictured here with Evan Dando of The Lemonheads. 8. And Damon Albarn enjoyed a plate of courgettes. Via Redferns At least we think he was enjoying them. 9. Meanwhile, 1995 saw the introduction of the Dance Tent. Massive Attack, System 7 and Eat Static all played. A good start. i1.ytimg.com 10. Jeff Buckley played, too. It was 2 years before he died. Via Redferns 11. Sinead O'Connor did her thing. Via Redferns 12. While PJ Harvey looked and sounded fantastic. Via Redferns 13. Remember Reef? This was the year before "Place Your Hands" came out. They come from Glastonbury, incidentally. Via Redferns 14. What about The Boo Radleys? They were riding high: "Wake Up, Boo!" had been a hit earlier that year. i2.ytimg.com 15. Not Jim Kerr from Simple Minds, though. It's impossible to forget him. He won't let you. Via Redferns 16. Elastica played... Via youtube.com 17. ...And coped admirably when they were joined onstage by a streaker. Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Via youtube.com 18. Backstage, the weekend belonged to Robbie Williams, seen here with Keith from The Prodigy. Via Redferns This was the summer he quit Take That. 19. Of course it wasn't all fresh-faced pop acts. A couple of veterans showed up too. Via Redferns That'll be Page & Plant, of Led Zeppelin fame. Just to show them how it's really done. Via Redferns 20. While all around, Glastonbury celebrated its 25th anniversary. Via Redferns 21. By being as brilliantly bat shit crazy as ever. Via Redferns Have a great - and sunny - time, Glastonbury 2013 goers!