Glastonbury fans can order acts Glastonbury rider from Deliveroo
Deliveroo are allowing music lovers to order their favourite rock star's Glastonbury rider delivered to the comfort of their own home.
The food that the Foo Fighters, Katy Perry and Ed Sheeran have demanded for their dressing rooms at the music extravaganza held at Worthy Farm in Somerset, South West England this weekend will be on offer.
A spokesperson from Deliveroo said: "Glastonbury is a British summer tradition, but we know that every year, a large amount of people miss out on the experience. We wanted to do something fun for the disappointed fans at home, and we hope eating and drinking like the stars will give them a taste of Glasto from the comfort of their own homes."
Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl has an Everlong package, which contains 99 items.
Surprisingly, it is pretty balanced and includes 65 per cent cocoa chocolate bars, pomegranate juice, crunchy peanut butter and jam - it will set back a grand total of £145.10.
Katy Perry's on the other hand, is much more upmarket.
The 'Bon Appetite' hitmaker likes a bottle of Pinot Grigio, dried apples and some freeze-dried strawberries.
However, the price tag is a mere £21.90.
Ed Sheeran's comes in at just £57.31 and just like the humble singer/songwriter himself, flame-haired hunk simply asked for some Robinson's squash, Fanta, and a jar of manuka honey to sooth his vocal chords before singing in front of millions on national TV.
Each backstage rider will be available to order online and through the app, simply select 'Rockstar Requests' but you will have to be fast, as stock is limited!