Lovebox hit sunny Victoria Park in East London at the weekend (July 16-18) with the likes of Roxy Music, Grace Jones and Dizzee Rascal taking the stage.
Wild Beasts please fans with their afternoon set on the Lovebox Main Stage (July 18). The band played crowd favourites ‘Brave Bulging Buoyant Clairvoyants’ and ‘Hooting & Howling’.
Peaches shocks everyone by arriving onstage with her leg in plaster, being wheeled around in a pink wheelchair by a naked woman (July 18).
New Young Pony Club perform singles ‘Ice Cream’ and ‘Chaos’ to the Lovebox crowds. The London four-piece played the Gaymers Stage for their Sunday afternoon set (July 18).
Mystery Jets make their Lovebox debut showcasing a number of tracks from their new album ‘Serotonin’ alongside crowd favourites ‘Two Doors Down’ and ‘Flakes’ (July 16).
Coco Sumner performs onstage at Lovebox on Saturday (July 17). I Blame Coco joined the likes of Roxy Music and Paloma Faith on the Main Stage bill.
Paloma Faith shows off her unique fashion sense with this number on the Lovebox Main Stage on Saturday (July 17). She played crowd favourites including ‘Stone Cold Sober’ and ‘Do You Want The Truth Or Something Beautiful?’.
Hurts play at Lovebox on Sunday (July 18). Singer Theo Hutchraft, who was wearing a black suit throughout, bantered with the crowd about wearing the wrong clothing in the baking afternoon sun as the band played the likes of recent single ‘Wonderful Life’ and ‘Blood, Tears & Gold’.
Kele Okereke made a surprise appearance during Hercules And Love Affair’s Lovebox performance (July 18) singing a new track entitled ‘Step Up’, which is set to appear on their forthcoming album. Here the band are performing before Kele’s cameo.
Bombay Bicycle Club said very little throughout their performance at Lovebox on Friday (July 16) and let the music do the talking as they chose to stick mainly to songs from their 2009 debut ‘I Had The Blues But I Shook Them Loose’.
Ellie Goulding performs a host of hit singles from her recent debut ‘Lights’ alongside her cover of Midlake’s ‘Roscoe’, including ‘Guns And Horses’, ‘Under The Sheets’ and crowd favourite ‘Starry Eyed’ at Lovebox on Friday (July 16).
Mark Ronson performs with Duran Duran at Lovebox on Saturday (July 17). The band made a surprise appearance during his set with Business International.
Dizzee Rascal returns home to headline London’s Lovebox festival on Friday (July 16) for a spectacular hit packed performance. The star, who was flanked by a full live band including backing singers and a brass section, whipped up the crowd for a party pumping set on the Main Stage which leaned heavily towards his 2009 album ‘Tongue ‘N’ Cheek’.
Roxy Music played their first UK gig in five years at London’s Lovebox festival on Saturday (July 17). Original members Bryan Ferry, Andy Mackay, Phil Manzanera and Paul Thompson made their return to headline day two of the three-day event at Victoria Park. As expected Brian Eno, who played on the band’s first two albums in the early ’70s, did not feature.
Grace Jones closes the final night of the Lovebox Festival tonight (July 18) with a career-spanning set. The Jamaican-American singer, who was 25 minutes late, pulled in a huge crowd for a spectacular performance on the Main Stage at Victoria Park in east London, which saw her make several costume changes as she reeled off tracks stretching right back to her 1977 debut album ‘Portfolio’.