Rudimental's Glastonbury set appeared pretty much empty thanks to Sir Elton John

There didn’t seem to be much pushing to the front of the crowd during Rudimental’s Glastonbury set as Sir Elton John stole much of the focus for the evening.

Drum and bass band Rudimental – made up of Piers Aggett, Kesi Dryden, and Leon ‘Locksmith’ Rolle – headlined the West Holts Stage yesterday at the Worthy Farm event as the music-filled weekend came to a close.

The London trio recently wowed crowds at the King’s Coronation Concert as well as Radio One’s Big Weekend.

However, it seemed their electric set at Glasto was hampered by one major factor – Sir Elton taking this year’s Sunday headline slot, whose set just so happened to clash with theirs.

As the Rocketman hitmaker performed on the Pyramid Stage with a series of special guests, it appeared the crowds thinned out over at West Holts in a picture posted to Twitter.

‘The Elton effect, share a thought for Rudimental at West Holts,’ the user posted, alongside a picture that showed a sparse crowd as the band performed.

He was joined onstage for the hits-packed set by four special guests, including Gabriels’ Jacob Lusk, US singer Stephen Sanchez, The Killers’ Brandon Flowers, and Japanese-British singer Rina Sawayama.

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