Just because festival season isn't happening this year, it doesn't mean we can't get into the festival mood.

With festivals being the highlight of most people's summers we thought we'd take a look back at some of the most iconic festival moments of all time.

So grab your bucket hats, pitch your tent and get ready to relive your favourite summer.

Alex (Feat. Dave)- Thiago Silva
Glastonbury 2019

Bringing a fan on stage can sometimes be a risky move, but somethings telling me Alex had been preparing for this moment his whole life. Before starting Dave can be heard telling Alex if he needs any help to just look at him, I think Alex knows the words better than Dave.

Stormzy Headlines Glasto
Glastonbury 2019

First black male solo artist to headline the pyramid stage- Stormzy did that. Wearing a stab-proof Union Jack vest to highlight inequality in the justice system and the arts, Stormzy dominated the weekend. An iconic moment in more than just music festival history.

Jay Z Brings Out Michael Jackson
Summer Jam 2001

After performing "Izzo (H.O.V.A.)" which samples the Jackson 5, Jay Z made a move which cemented his Summer Jam 2001 performance in history. He brought on the King of Pop Michael Jackson. Although he didn't perform, Jackson's unexpected performance sent the crowd wild. Jay Z then took his performance to new heights by debuting a Nas diss track.

Dr Dre and Snoop Dog Bring 2Pac Back From The Dead
Coachella 2012

The best performance at Coachella 2012 came from a rapper who had been dead for over 15 years and did you expect any less? During their headline set, Dr Dre and Snoop Dog brought out a hologram of Tupac Shakur. Iconic doesn't even come close to describing this moment.

Kanye West holds his Sunday Service
Coachella 2019

A bit different to his set in 2006, Kanye's Sunday Service at Coachella in 2019 was one for the books. Special guests included DMX, Chance the Rapper, Teyana Taylor as Kanye led out a choir to play gospel versions of his biggest hits.

Bob Marley Performs Two Days After Being Shot
Smile Jamaica 1976

Just two days after an attempted assassination at his home, Bob Marley agreed to play one song at the Smile Jamaica Concert in Kingston. However, one song led to a 90-minute long set from Marley. What a legend!