Grime artist Stormzy became the first black British solo artist to headline the famous Glastonbury music festival at the weekend.
The 25-year-old made history when he took to the Pyramid Stage at Worthy Farm on Friday night, which included a performance by the BAME dance group Ballet Black and guest appearances by the rappers Dave and Fredo and Coldplay’s Chris Martin.
Stormzy is now one of the biggest names in the music industry and the second youngest ever Glastonbury headliner.
The star has gained a massive following of die hard fans across the globe, and his Glastonbury stint is perfect timing while he’s at the height of his career.
Fans who were unable to make the trek to Glastonbury have one more chance to see Stormzy this summer – in Glasgow .
Stormzy will be taking to the main stage at TRNSMT Festival on Friday, 12 July and here’s the best bit – tickets are still available.
Day tickets for Sunday, 14 July have sold out, but fans can still get their hands on two or three-day packages for the chance to see acts like Stormzy, Lewis Capaldi, Gerry Cinnamon, George Ezra and The Kooks.
Tickets for TRNSMT are on sale at Ticketmaster.co.uk .