No one likes an armchair warrior, but not everyone gets the privilege of spending their weekend in the hallowed mud of Glastonbury.
Or maybe you were there, but your mind wasn't.
Well, not to worry. We've got all the best bits you missed lined up and ready to iPlayer.
And as comfy as your home viewing is, don't get too boring. Check out some of the artists playing fresh from Glasto.
Owning the weekend, Adele headlines the Pyramid Stage.Watch.
Wolf Alice bloodied up the Pyramid Stage. [Watch].
MØ brought a precision pop performance to the John Peel Tent. Watch.
James Blake brought West Holts Stage to a shuddering stillness. Watch.
Nao brought some RnB sass to the Park Stage. Watch.
Norway's Aurora brings her dark fairytales to the John Peel Stage. Watch.
Daughter brought their heartbreak laments to the Park Stage. Watch.
Laura Mvula owned the Pyramid Stage with pop that's intelligent as it is addictive. Watch.
RAT BOY rips up the John Peel Stage. Watch.
M83 bring their electronic pop prowess to headline the John Peel Stage. Watch.
The golden brothers brought the party on Friday night. Disclosure took the Other Stage. Watch.
Coldplay brought several guests and a special tribute to the Pyramid Stage. Watch.
Kurt Vile slipped some sunshine riffs into Saturday's proceedings on the Park Stage. Watch.
Underworld dropped some bangers when they headlined at the West Holts Stage. Watch.
Foals ripped the Pyramid Stage apart with an incendiary set. Watch.
Let Tame Impala take you on a psychedelic trip, starting on the Pyramid Stage. Watch.
Two Door Cinema Club are back and as powerful as ever as they make the Pyramid Stage pulse. Watch.
Glastonbury and it's Shutdown. Watch.
Passion to the point of nihilism, LCD Soundsystem headline the Other Stage. Watch.
Near thirty years in and PJ Harvey still peaks with every performance. And this Other Stage slot is no exception. Watch.
With moves as impressive as her tunes, Christine And The Queens on the Other Stage. Watch.
Little Simz opened the West Holts Stage on Saturday. What a way to begin. Watch.
Mac DeMarco got chaotic on the John Peel Stage on Sunday. Watch.