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Glastonbury 2024: here are the biggest headlines from Friday

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Glastonbury 2024’s first full day of performances (Friday, June 28) is at an end – from the likes of Damon Albarn and Kevin Parker making guest appearances to SEVENTEEN’s historic performance, here are the day’s biggest headlines.Early in the day, Tame Impala’s Kevin Parker stoked rumours he’d appear on stage with Dua Lipa – whose latest album ‘Radical Optimism’ he had many production credits on – when he confirmed a surprise DJ set at Silver Hayes’ Firmly Rooted Soundsystem at 1am.Metal trio – and NME Cover stars – Voice of Baceprot became the first Indonesian band to play at Glastonbury, kicking off the day’s entertainment at the Woodsies stage.

Read NME’s interview with Voice of Baceprot about the milestone – and why they initially thought Glastonbury was “out of reach”.Pledis boyband SEVENTEEN made history as the first K-pop group to perform at Glastonbury, giving the Pyramid stage a jubilant, colourful set. “Language isn’t a barrier,” Joshua, one of the group’s 13 members, told the crowd. “We can connect through song.”Read NME’s 5-star review of SEVENTEEN’s Glastonbury performance here and see the full setlist of SEVENTEEN’s historic Glastonbury debut here – and check out NME’s interview with SEVENTEEN about the milestone.Paul Heaton and Norman Cook – better known as the DJ Fatboy Slim – were bandmates in The Housemartins, before the group split up in 1988 at the height of their fame.

Heaton surprised Glastonbury on Friday by inviting Cook, Housemartins’ former bassist, to perform their 1986 hit ‘Happy Hour’.Bombay Bicycle Club had teased a special guest for their Glastonbury set, saying someone who had appeared on their latest album ‘My Big Day’ would join them.

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