This year was a milestone for Block9. Celebrating 10 years of existence, the champagne was in full flow to toast what's been a magical decade.
Once again, it was the place to go for hedonistic, late-night antics, opening up the super sexy NYC Downlow, the dystopian brutalist structure they call the Genosys and the London Underground. The crew used the latter to exercise some political agendas, building billboards mocking Boris Johnson, Theresa May and Vladimir Putin.
Plenty of special sets went down across the weekend, from Tristan Da Cunha and Brawther on the Genosys and Masters At Work on the final night to Gideön's Decade of the Downlow and Pearson Sound's killer UK garage hour.
If you were at Glasto but didn't get down to Block9, the gallery above shows you the madness you missed. If you did get there, have a look to relive the magic.
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[Photo: Allan Gregorio]