Not even grey skies, a Brexit hangover and the worst rain and mud could dull the mood at this year's Glastonbury Festival. With headliners Coldplay, Adele, Fatboy Slim and Ellie Goulding hitting the stage the crowds cheered and danced the four days away. This year's Glastonbury saw various tributes to the late rock star David Bowie and Festival goers participated in a mass David Bowie singalong which included a performance by Madness who sang his 1971 hit “Kooks”. One of the many highlights of the Festival was Adele who wowed the crowd on the main Pyramid stage. The superstar sang an emotional set of her hit songs, including “Hello,” and “Hometown Glory”. Another highlight was Fatboy Slim who paid tribute to Prince during his set, bathing his crowd in purple. The Festival closed with Coldplay's lead singer Chris Martin singing "Up & Up" with his daughter Apple and son Moses as their proud mum Gwyneth Paltrow watched from the side-lines.