Leeds Festival continues today (25 August) with a second day of headliners including The Cure, Paramore, The Maccabees and Anti-Flag.
Eighties legends The Cure close the mainstage tonight with a 30-year career-spanning set in Bramham Park, while You Me At Six, Crystal Castles, Bombay Bicycle Club and US band Paramore also feature on the Main Stage line-up.
The Maccabees headline the NME/radio 1 Stage after a year which saw their recent album 'Given to the Wild' reach number 1 on the UK charts.
Foster the People, The Courteeners, Passion Pit, Future of the Left, The Hives, Spector and Blur guitarist Graham Coxon also play the NME/Radio 1 Stage today.
The Lock-Up Stage is topped off by a set from Social Distortion and also feaures Touche Amore, Saves the Day, Bouncing Sould and hardcore legends Anti-Flag.
An impressive day on the Festival Republic Stage is closed by Sleigh Bells, after performances from The Subways, Veronica Falls, Bastille, Niki & The Dove, Alt-J, Lucy Rose, Savages and Palma Violets during the day.
Leeds Festival-goers may have to suffer some heavy rainfall today with a chance of sunshine between downpours, but tomorrow's weather is expected to be drier and ticketholders can at least enjoy a free beer and breakfast throughout the weekend.