Thousands of music lovers are flooding the fields this bank holiday weekend for another year of the Reading and Leeds festivals.
With headliners including the likes of Fall Out Boy, Panic! At The Disco and Post Malone, fans are descending in their hundreds to have a boogie and catch a glimpse of their favourite bands.
While some smother themselves in glitter and pretend to be unicorns, others have packed their raincoats and wellies for whats expected to be a rainy weekend.
Dragging their suitcases and tents behind them, the revelers are getting ready for an action packed weekend full off booze, music, mud and madness.
And with a stellar line-up it looks like their set for an amazing time.
The party has already started over at Reading as a group of pals can be seen heading to the camp site via boat, while others are prepping for the evening by keeping their rollers tight in their hair.
The festival spreads itself across two different sites, with Reading housed in a riverside park just off Richfield Avenue, while Leeds festival is located in Bramham Park.
This year the organisers has pulled it out of the bag with their line-up with Fallout Boy headlining Reading on Friday, and Leeds on Saturday.
Kendrick Lamar will appear at Reading on Saturday and is set to play Leeds the following day.
While Kings Of Leon open for Leeds on Friday and will close the festival as they play Reading on Sunday.
And lets not forget the smaller bands, who will be putting this down as a one in a lifetime chance to get their music heard and make it big time.
Newbie Jimothy Lacoste will be at Reading on the Friday and Leeds on the Saturday, with Bülow following suit on the BBC Radio 1 Dance Stage.
The Blaze will also be there for the first two days, bringing house beats to the fields, while Teenage Wrist will throw out a more melodic Gallagher vibe on the Saturday and Sunday.
The fields appear to have already started to turn to mud as the crowds arrive with their luggage.
Mini buses and trains will be dropping off the festival goers in their masses so they can set up their tents ahead of the big weekend.
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Temperatures are set to peak at 22C in Reading and 18C in Leeds, while rains is definitely expected on the Saturday.
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