If you're heading to this year's Glastonbury Festival to see Ed Sheeran, Foo Fighters, Radiohead, Katy Perry and many more - you'll want to know whether to pack your sun hat or galoshes.

We're collecting together all the weather predictions you need before you set off, so check back regularly for all the latest Glastonbury weather forecasts.

What the forecasters say so far:

The Weather Outlook

The Weather Outlook predicts that: 'the current thinking is that some of the best summer weather may well be early on in the summer, so May and June time'. We like the sound of that, Weather Outlook.

Verdict: Sunny

FestiWeather

Festiweather predicts wall-to-wall sunshine and clouds throughout the whole festival, and a lovely 0mm of rain. That's exactly the amount of rain we like at Glastonbury.

Verdict: Sun and clouds

Accuweather

The forecast from Accuweather is similar to the others: A lovely-sounding mix of sunshine and clouds - with just a spot of rain predicted for Friday 23 June. I think we can probably deal with that.

Verdict: Mainly sunny

Metcheck

Metcheck predicts sunshine and just a smattering of clouds, with the only rain on the horizon forecast for Tuesday 27 June - but hopefully you'll be under a solid roof again by that point.

Verdict: Mainly sunny

Overall, the forecast for Glastonbury Festival 2017 is:

Mainly sunshine for Glastonbury Festival


Want the most accurate Glastonbury Festival weather forecast? Search for 'Pilton'

Pilton, Somerset - site of the Glastonbury Festival

Despite being called 'The Glastonbury Festival of Contemporary Performing Arts', the festival is actually geographically closer to Shepton Mallet - but I think we can agree that doesn't have the same ring to it. 

if you want to get the most accurate weather forecast for the festival, then search for 'Pilton', which is the village that boats the Worthy Farm site.

Google map of the Glastonbury Festival area