The music of the Rolling Stones has probably been responsible for spurring plenty of pregnancies over the years. Now the band can say it's helped welcome at least one baby into the world as well.

On Sunday,  33-year-old Heidi Wesson of Leicester, England, went into labor two weeks early during the Stones' headlining set at the Glastonbury Festival.

Wesson and partner Sean Crothers' daughter was born on the festival grounds around 3 a.m.

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The show was plenty packed to begin with -- more than 100,000 fans watching live along with 2.5 million  watching at least part of it on the BBC. But the Stones gained at least one new fan that night as well.

Glastonbury reps said in a statement to the Independent that Wesson's baby joins a bit of a tradition of children who have quite literally attended Glastonbury since birth, the most recent one coming three years ago: "We’ve had babies born here that are now grown-ups. They still come every year. That’s a beautiful thing," they said.

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