Artists who headlined Glastonbury had the biggest sales boost of the summer with an average increase of 536% in MP3 download and CD album sales on Amazon.co.uk.
Glastonbury, broadcast across several BBC channels, had nearly five times that of Reading & Leeds Festival which was broadcast on BBC3 – and with over three quarters of the top 30 biggest sales uplifts over the course of the summer.
Example saw a 2538% sales uplift on copies of his Playing In The Shadows album and a 1200% boost for The Evolution of Man, following his primetime appearance on the Other Stage on the Saturday night.
Other big winners included Arctic Monkeys - sales of album Humbug soared by 1795% after their Friday night Pyramid Stage and Lianne La Havas’ Sunday night set saw sales of Is Your Love Big Enough? get a 1212% uplift.
Outside of Glastonbury, the big sales uplift beneficiaries from their headlining slots were Snoop Dogg at Wireless, who saw his debut album Doggystyle receive a 1075% uplift in sales. Boys and Girls by Alabama Shakes sold 1066% more copies after their slot at Hard Rock Calling.
Making up the top-10 are Maverick Sabre & Seasick Steve, whose albums got boosts of 991% and 762% respectively.
Just missing out on a top-10 slot was Olly Murs, whose eponymous debut album sold 730% more copies following his performance at V Festival.