The Bedford River Festival is expected to attract 300,000 people over the weekend. Dragon boat racing and a home-made raft race will be among the highlights on the River Great Ouse.
The festival got underway this morning and Claire McGlasson is there for us this evening.
Clearing up operations are underway at the Henham Park estate in Suffolk as the Latitude Festival comes to an end.
35,000 music fans descended on the park for the seventh annual music and arts festival.
The wet weather didn't seem to spoil the fun for festival-goers. Organisers say their contingency plans worked well to cope with the rain.
Two 18-year-old men have been arrested on suspicion of theft following a number of incidents on campsites at the Latitude Festival.
Suffolk Police dealt with more than a dozen reports of thefts from tents overnight on Thursday into Friday, at the Henham Park site near Southwold.
The two men were detained by Latitude security personnel yesterday afternoon. They were then arrested by police. Both have been questioned at Martlesham Police Investigation Centre.
Two men have been arrested on suspicion of theft following a number of incidents on campsites at the Latitude Festival site.
Police have received around a dozen reports of thefts from tents overnight. The men, both aged 18, were arrested this afternoon.
They are both being taken into custody at Martlesham Police Investigation Centre where they will be interviewed by officers in connection with the thefts.
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Thousands of people are making their way to Suffolk today for the start of this year's Latitude Festival. Elbow and Paul Weller are two big names on the line up at Henham Park near Southwold, but comedy fans will also be treated to performances by Tim Minchin, Russell Kane and Dave Gorman.