Wellies still essential as day three of Leeds Festival kicks off. Green Day headlined the Main Stage on Saturday night, on Sunday it's the turn of Eminem. But finally, a bit of blue sky.
This guy just fell over. Good to see his friend is sympathetic.
After a well-received set at Reading earlier in the weekend, Drenge opened Sunday with a set on the Festival Republic Stage.
The duo - brothers Eoin and Rory Loveless - rattled through a half-hour long performance.
The rockers' self-titled debut album came out just a couple of weeks ago.
If you're going to get covered in mud, you may as do it properly.
This is what a Leeds 'sun dance' looks like. And it worked, so far the rain has stayed away on the final day.
The crowd gathers for Birmingham band Swim Deep in Leeds.
...and there they are. Just look at that guitar. No, don't look, it'll make your eyes go funny.
The band played 'Honey' and 'King City' during their afternoon set on the Festival Republic Stage.
AlunaGeorge picked up the tempo at a very sleepy/hungover early afternoon Reading Festival.
The London duo played tracks off their recently released debut album 'Body Music'.
The band have worked hard this summer. They even managed to fit in an appearance at Creamfields in between their slots at Leeds (Friday) and Reading (Sunday).
Johnny Marr during his triumphant set on the NME Radio 1 Stage.
The former The Smiths guitarist played a blinding show.
Foals' front man Yannis Philappakis made his usual venture down to the first rows of the crowd at the Main Stage.
...before getting fully stuck in.
Phoenix's Thomas Mars gets the crowd going.
Nine Inch Nails' Trent Reznor reportedly wore a skirt to play Reading & Leeds. His garment of choice was, in fact, culottes.
Biffy Clyro's Simon Neil set fire to his guitar on Sunday night at Reading.
Haim play the hell out of their instruments at Reading.
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Foals frontman Yannis Philippakis praised crowds at Reading and Leeds Festivals for being "the most feral".
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