Glastonbury supremo Michael Eavis insists his "fantastic" festival has not been ruined by the relentless rain.
The event has been a complete washout, as heavy downpours throughout the three days turned Worthy farm into a giant quagmire.
Steady rain since Thursday led to the now familiar scenes of rain-soaked revellers braving the elements as the rolling green fields turned brown.
Mr Eavis, 71, said: "It has gone very well in spite of the rain, in spite of the mud.
"It's been a fantastic weekend - from John Fogerty to The Killers to Arctic Monkeys."
Crime was down, compared to the last festival.
A man, 26, from the Midlands died from a suspected drugs overdose on Saturday after being found unconscious on site.
Fans were disappointed when the sound failed during The Killers' slot.