Glastonbury live: Sunday with SZA, Shania Twain, Burna Boy and more – as it happened

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lugging an Argos telly on to the site.

Although this liveblog is winding up, the Guardian’s coverage of Glasto will continue tomorrow morning with Alexis Petridis’s annual round up, our big picture essay of the final day and 24 things we learned from this year’s festival. So do check back in for those.

But from us it’s so long – see you next year for Glastonbury 2025!

SZA the big five stars:

The National came back from the brink just in time to soundtrack ours.

SZA and the National with you imminently. First here’s a few pics from the day’s festivities:

SZA only has two albums to choose from. But she managed to cram in two costume changes, a giant ant, a shimmy up a tree trunk and a sizeable number of hits in that time. Alexis Petridis’s review will be with you shortly.the Zutons earlier in the day.SZA has now sprouted wings and is clambering up a tree stump for Nobody Gets Me. The average age for this Pyramid crowd is extremely young, and extremely keen – making up for the slightly low numbers in the field with sheer noise.SZA sizzled on the Pyramid, Burna Boy was burning it up. Here’s Jason Okundaye’s review:

SZA is currently wielding a pair of cutlasses and seems to be either lapdancing on or swordfighting a robot in a chair.the video for her new single.

SZA is tearing up the Pyramid with a set so far leaning heavily on her 2016 breakthrough Ctrl. Really there are few things in live music better than R&B getting the full band treatment: session musicians with chops make songs that are featherlight on record sound so big and booming live.


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