Ten of thousands of people have been party in the sun as WILD LIFE Festival returned to Sussex.
The event, curated by artists Disclosure and Rudimental, is back for the second year running at Shoreham Airport and kicked off yesterday with more the 35,000 people attending and dozens of big names taking to the stage.
Festival goers were blessed with good weather throughout the day and a few famous faces were even spotted hanging out in the crowds.
A WILD LIFE spokesman said: “It is going really well. We had lovely weather yesterday. It didn’t rain and it was lovely and hot.
“We had some great performances and I think we even saw Niall from One Direction was down.”
In 2015 the festival attracted some 70,000 revellers – 35,000 each day – from across the country, making it the biggest event to be held at Shoreham Airport.
Although the weather is not as bright today it is not expected to dampen the party as Ice Cube and Rudimental headline the main stage.
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