Picture special: Highlights of day two of the Leeds Festival
The sun shone on Bramham Park again as the Leeds Festival moved onto its second day with an exciting and eclectic line-up headed up by trendy band of the moment The 1975.
By Tony Harber
Sunday, 25th August 2019, 12:47 pm
Headline act: Matt Healy on stage with The 1975.
Here's a selection of Ian Harber's pictures that highlight a thrilling second day that saw secret sets by Yorkshire's rising stars The Sherlocks and Drenge and music and entertainment across nine stages with big crowds at every arena. The final day of the festival takes place today from noon with Post Malone and Twenty One Pilots co-headlining on the main stage and more shows to look out for from the likes of Blossoms, Billie Eilish, Stafflon Don, Chris Ramsey and Tom Allen.
Matt Healy on stage with The 1975, who headlined the Leeds Festival main stage for the first time and sparkled with a colourful show that used the big screens cleverly.
Kiaran Crook, frontman with Yorkshire band The Sherlocks, who were a late addition to the bill and played to a packed Festival Republic tent at the Leeds Festival.
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Big name rap act Dave on stage when he headlined the BBC Radio 1 Stage to a massive crowd.
Circa Waves on stage on the BBC Radio 1 Stage.
Leeds band Marsicans who entertained a big crowd when they headlined the BBC Introducing Stage.
Pop princess Charli XCX on the main stage when she attracted a big crowd in an early afternoon slot.
Twin Atlantic's Sam McTrusty who jumped off stage to get closer to the fans in an energetic early main stage slot.
Fans at the front are eagerly anticipating main stage action.
Fans cheer on a main stage band while waving their essential water bottles in the air on another hot day at the Leeds Festival.
The Wombats' Matthew Murphy on the main stage. The band played a great set that went down well in an early evening slot.
Leeds Festival favourite Russell Kane, whose energetic show was greeted enthusiastically on The Alternative Stage.