Day one of music at Leeds saw a variety of acts impress.
Liam Gallagher opened with Rock and Roll Star and ended with crowd favourite and Oasis hit Wonderwall.
Muse's Plug In Baby also had the crowd going nuts along with Supermassive Black Hole.
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Stand out acts included Giggs, who brought his mix of rap and grime to a raring crowd, still buoyed by a day of sunshine.
Local Leeds band Fizzy Blood delivered a scorching punk rock set on a side stage, while comedian Katherine Ryan had punters queuing outside the Alternative Stage tent, having maxed out the capacity.
Earlier in the day, Queens Of The Stone Age were revealed as the secret set. Crowd chants during No One Knows were proved plenty of fans got the memo and rocked up for their set.
On Saturday headliners include Kasabian and Fatboy Slim.