Lovebox 2016 boasted an impressive lineup including Stormzy, Run The Jewels, Major Lazer and LCD Soundsystem’s first return to London in five years. Here are all the pictures from the Victoria Park festival.
Lovebox 2016 kicked off on Friday 15 July in London's Victoria Park and what a lineup for a first day - Stormzy, Run The Jewels and Mø and Major Lazer were just some of the names on the bill.
Mø's had an incredible couple of years. 'Lean On', her collaboration with Major Lazer, is now officially the most-streamed track of all time which has catapulted her onto festival lineups all summer long. At this year's Lovebox, her unique brand of Scandi pop certainly delivered.
Queen of Clubland Katy B played a banging set of old classics like 'Katy on a Mission' and tracks from her new album 'Honey'.
'Where do you know me from', yelled Stormzy to an adoring crowd of Londoners as they bounced to the Croydon grime superstar's massive tunes.
Run The Jewels AKA El-P and Killer Mike AKA shouted "We live in a world run by fucking arseholes" before exploding into an energetic version of 'Lie, Cheat, Steal' on Friday. Oh, and it was all performed under inflatable RTJ fist and gun hand signs, of course.
Then, all of a sudden it was time for Friday headliners Major Lazer. Diplo and Jillionaire took turns behind the decks rattling through their huge party tracks with a crew of sequinned dancers joining them on stage.
And the surprise, or not given her earlier slot, was that Mø joined Major Lazer on stage for huge summer anthem 'Lean On'. Undoubtedly a highlight and from the look of a beaming Mø, a moment she won't forget in a hurry.
One-man-band Jack Garratt made up for his lack of compadres with an enthusiastic performance.
Jungle played under headliners LCD Soundsystem on day two of the festival. The duo's summery vibes didn't quite get the crowd going who by this point were mostly waiting with anticipation for James Murphy's arrival.
It's been five years since LCD Soundsystem last played in London and the crowd were buzzing to see James Murphy and his band reunited.
Rattling through hits like 'Dance Yrself Clean', 'I Can Change', 'Daft Punk Is Playing At My House' and closing with a glorious rendition of 'All My Friends', for any LCD fans who'd attended the festival for this moment alone, it was worth every pound. James Murphy declared that 'refugees were welcome on his stage' and called for 'every city to resist' political changes. Compared to the tiny crowd that gathered to watch their headline slot up against Red Hot Chili Peppers at T in the Park last weekend, this was an LCD Soundsystem back on top and filled with energy.
And that was it... Lovebox was over for another year. What did you think of this year's festival? Let us know on the NME Facebook page.