Elton John is set to perform a "completely unique" set as he closes Glastonbury tonight (Sunday, June 25).

This comes after details of his show were teased by Glastonbury organisers.

Festival co-organiser Emily Eavis said that the Rocket Man singer has been “carving out a set that’s going to be completely unique."

This is set to be a historic performance with it being dubbed as his last UK gig on the Goodbye Yellow Brick Road Tour.

Speaking with the Glastonbury festival newspaper the Glastonbury Free Press, Emily said that the international pop star had been "very involved" with the festival.

Adding: "What a send-off that’s going to be. I cannot wait to welcome him in and show him what Glastonbury is all about.

“We have so many artists playing here and often we don’t have much direct contact. But Elton has been very involved and we’ve worked really closely. He’s so excited and engaged with what Glastonbury is.”

Emily also revealed that Elton John had also called her "out of the blue" in a  "surreal" experience.

When is Elton John playing at Glastonbury 2023?

Elton John is set to appear on the Pyramid Stage at 9 pm on Sunday, June 25, playing until 11:05 pm.

This comes after a set by Lil Nas X and will mark the end of this year's Glastonbury Festival.

How to watch Elton John at Glastonbury 2023

Coverage of Elton John's closing show at Glastonbury 2023 will be broadcast on BBC One from 9 pm until just after 11 pm.

This will also be available to stream on BBC iPlayer.

Who will join Elton John on the Pyramid Stage as Glastonbury 2023?

Four collaborators are set to join Sir Elton John on stage at Glastonbury 2023 but these names have not been confirmed as of yet.

Speaking with Sky News, Elton's husband David Furnish confirmed the news, saying that he would have “four collaborators” of his choosing.

A number of names have been rumoured such as Britney Spears who he has expressed an interest in working with, Paul McCartney and Dua Lipa.