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Glastonbury 2024: 10 week old baby steals the show during Annie Mac’s set

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A a 10 week old baby stole the show as Annie Mac opened the Other Stage at Glastonbury Festival. Baby Finlay was met with cheers as he appeared on the big screen multiple times.

Irish DJ Annie, 45, opened Worthy Farm’s second biggest stage with an hour-long set of dance hits from 11.30am on Friday, 28 June.

Among attendees was Finlay, his parents and his older sister Sofia. Wearing his striped one-piece pyjamas and ear protectors, the 10 week old was met with a rapturous reception from atop his father Tom Kay’s shoulders as special effects on stage saw his image turn into a hallucinatory dance visual. “Oh my god, this baby, what a little legend,” Annie said to the crowd of thousands as Finlay appeared again.

She later signed off her performance by thanking “everyone, Glastonbury and this baby”. Finlay’s father Tom, a 39 year old accountant, told the PA news agency: “(Finlay) was loving the music, so we thought we’d put him on my shoulders, he was just enjoying the vibes and then was on the big screen and got a big cheer – it’s amazing.

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