Worthy Farm has returned to its normal stage-free self with a record 99.3% of all tents being taken home.
Now all that remains on the fields are darkened tent marks where thousands of music lovers partied the night away.
Thanks to the seriously impressive weather last week – who knew Glastonbury could take place without any mud? – Glasto visitors flooded social media with countless snaps.
In fact, according to official EE data, sun-soaked festival-goers used over 100 terabytes of data – almost double the amount used at Glastonbury 2017.
That is the equivalent to 51.5 billion Instagram selfies, or 460 million minutes of video streaming.
Explaining the feat, Marketing Communications Director at EE Pete Jeavons, said: “Every year at Glastonbury Festival we see the demand for data increasing, and this year all expectations were surpassed.
“This legendary Festival is one of the most exciting places on the planet for music fans, and our data shows that people are as keen as ever to share their experience with friends and family.”
Despite a host of chart-topping sensations taking to the Pyramid stage, including Kylie Minogue and Miley Cyrus, it was The Killers who appeared to be the biggest draw for festival-goers.
The Mr. Brightside singers were added 55,000 times to personalised line-up lists on the official EE app.
Meanwhile, back home, Sheryl Crow’s first Glastonbury set in 22 years was the most streamed performance in the festival app, which boasted BBC iPlayer integration for the first time ever.
Over the course of the weekend a host of famous faces were spotted celebrating the festival’s return after a year off.
Brooklyn Beckham and girlfriend Hana Cross were snapped cosying up near the EE Recharge area before catching up with comedian Jack Whitehall.
This year the festival’s water supply came under immense pressure thanks to the scorching heat.
In fact, showers had to be turned off in a bid to make sure enough drinking water was available on site.
A member of security told Daily Star Online: “The showers have all been turned off.
“We have to prioritise drinking water.
“Once that’s sorted we will try and get the showers up and running.”
Meanwhile, a festival-goer added: “We went to get some water last night [Friday] from the water refill and it had completely run out.”