The Rolling Stones played the iconic Glastonbury Festival for the first time in the festival's history on Saturday 29th June 2013, when they headlined the Pyramid Stage. The band played a twenty song set, including a special version of 'Factory Girl', which they adapted the lyrics to become 'Glastonbury Girl'.
July 6, 2013

The Rolling Stones played the iconic Glastonbury Festival for the first time in the festival's history on Saturday June 29, 2013, when they headlined the Pyramid Stage. The band played a twenty song set, including a special version of 'Factory Girl', which they adapted the lyrics to become 'Glastonbury Girl'.

The band were joined by former member Mick Taylor, who was a Rolling Stones from 1969 to 1974, for the songs 'Can't You Hear Me Knocking', 'Midnight Rambler', and the encore performance of '(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction'.

The Voce Choir and members of the London Youth Choir accompanied the band on 'You Can't Always Get What You Want'.

Enjoy the show!

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