Glastonbury 2017 Quiz: How much do you know about the famous festival?

PUBLISHED: 09:00 23 June 2017 | UPDATED: 16:01 01 December 2017

As Glastonbury prepares to kick off today, test your knowledge on one of the most iconic festivals in the world with these 10 teasers.

Thousands of music fans have already arrived in Somerset, with around 175,000 expected to attend over the weekend,

This year’s event is set to be one of the most diverse in the history of Glastonbury and will see a mix of acts including Katy Perry, Major Lazer and Chic peform.

A host of famous faces will be soaking up the atmosphere in the VIP area, while comedy, poetry and theatre acts also perform throughout the weekend.

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn will also be making an appearance, introducing political US rap duo Run the Jewels on the Pyramid Stage.

With temperatures approaching record highs for the festival, fans will be more concerned with keeping cool rather than the mud this year.

All the action kicks off from 10.45am today when Hacienda Classical take to the Pyramid Stage.

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