Police in Essex have issued a warning to anyone considering taking legal highs along to this weekend's V Festival in Chelmsford.
Around 120,000 fans enjoyed the music at the V Festival in Chelmsford this weekend.
Superstar Beyonce is among the headliners for this summer's V Festival in Chelmsford in August.
Welsh rock band Manic Street Preachers cancelled their performance at last night's V Festival in Chelmsford after being stranded in Hungary.
The band, known for hits including number one If You Tolerate This Your Children Will Be Next, were second on the bill for the MTV Stage at Chelmsford's Hylands Park.
The Manics said they expected to be able to perform at V's Staffordshire event tonight.
Writing on Twitter, a band spokesman said:
"With huge regret, Manic Street Preachers announce the cancellation of their scheduled V Festival show in Chelmsford today (August 16).
"After five hours on runway at Budapest Airport following Sziget Festival last night, MSP were informed the BA plane they were on would not fly.
"The band made every endeavour to get back to the UK in time to play. The band apologise to their fans at V Chelmsford for the cancellation.
"Manic Street Preachers are playing tomorrow's V Festival in Stafford."
Thousands of people from across the ITV Anglia region have been enjoying the music at this year's V Festival in Chelmsford. Scientists from the Government's Centre for Applied Science and Technology have been examining samples of so-called legal highs at the Festival. It comes as 16 people have been thrown out of the event and arrested on suspicion of possessing a controlled drug. Serena Sandhu reports
The pop star Tulisa has been back in court in Essex charged with assault and threatening behaviour at a music festival in our region.
The former X-Factor judge is accused of hitting a celebrity blogger at the V-Festival last year.
She denies the charges.
Our reporter Serena Sandhu has been following the case and sent us this from Chelmsford Crown Court.
British artist Tinie Tempah is amoung the latest acts to be confirmed to perform at this year’s V Festival.
British hip hop star Tinie Tempah returns to V Festival where he last performed in 2012, riding high from the release of his second album Demonstration at the end of last year, which reached No. 3 in the UK and was certified Gold in February.
Childish Gambino, CeeLo Green, John Martin, Pixie Lott, Sophie Ellis-Bextor, Vance Joy, Chloe Howl, Josh Record, Jess Glynne, Icona Pop, Howling Bells and Becky Hill will also play at the 2 day festival, which takes place over 16-17 August in Hylands Park, Chelmsford and Weston Park, Staffordshire.
The newly announced acts join headliners Justin Timberlake and The Killers, plus Lily Allen, Rudimental, Chase & Status, Kaiser Chiefs, Elbow and Suffolk artist Ed Sheeran at this year's festival.
Tickets to the V Festival in Hylands Park, Chelmsford, have gone on sale for Essex residents this morning.
The pre-sale, which is only available to people who have an Essex postcode, is open for 24 hours before tickets go on general sale at 9am on Friday morning.
Over 170,000 people attended last year's event.
Justin Timberlake and The Killers are the headline acts on the 16 and 17 August.
US superstar Justin Timberlake and The Killers are to headline this year's V Festival, staged in Chelmsford.
Other big name acts lined up over the weekend for the twin-site event include Ed Sheeran, Paolo Nutini, Lily Allen and Elbow.
Volunteers at St John Ambulance gave first aid to 657 people at the V Festival in Chelmsford this weekend.
The number treated was down from 752 people last year. 28 people were taken to hospital.
Darren Bartholomew, from St John Ambulance, said: "As expected, with up to 85,000 festival goers at this event each day, we were called upon to deal with many different types of first aid incident, but after months of preparation we were ready to tackle everything which came our way.
"I'd personally like to thank all our volunteers who gave up their time to provide first class care and were on hand to make sure that everyone who came to us for treatment was able to receive it."