Birmingham band Black Sabbath will be headlining tonight at the final day of the Download Festival in Leicestershire.
The start of this year's Download Festival at Donington Park has has been delayed because of the bad weather.
The tenth Download Music festival comes to Leicestershire this weekend, Birmingham band Black Sabbath will be headlining Sunday night.
- Up to 90,000 people were at the festival each day
- 75,000 people camped across 13 campsites
- Campsites covered 115 acres of land
- The population of the whole of North West Leicestershire is 88,000
- More than 150 bands played across the weekend - headliners were Slipknot, Iron Maiden and Rammstein.
Source: Leicestershire Police
Crime rates were low at last weekend's Download Festival in Leicestershire. Up to 90,000 people were at the festival at Donington Park every day.
Police say they can't yet give definite crime figures, but that 'early indications are that crime was low and the main problem was theft from tents'. Several arrests were made, as they are every year.
Heavy traffic is expected near Castle Donington this morning as festival-goers leave Donington Park. More than 90,000 people attended Download Festival this year. Police say low-levels of crime were reported at the event.
Today is the last day of Download Festival at Donington Park in Leicestershire.
Iron Maiden headlined last night with a performance where they announced another date in London.
Tonight the event finishes with headliners Rammstein, afterwards thousand of people are expected to leave the site at Castle Donington.
– Inspector Helena Bhakta, North West Leicestershire local policing unit
Download is traditionally a fun, safe and friendly event and we are expecting it to be so this year. We want to make sure everyone, both those attending the festival and those living nearby, have an enjoyable weekend, so officers will be patrolling the village and the perimeter of Donington Park itself during the course of the weekend.
Extra police officers will be on hand this weekend in the Leicestershire village of Castle Donington during the annual Download festival.
More than 90,000 people are expected at the festival today and tomorrow, with 75,000 camping.
Officers will be patrolling the village and a special traffic plan is being put in place to minimise disruption.
Over 90,000 people will be arriving at Donnington Park for the Download Festival this weekend.
The weather has been wet and windy which means the music lovers might be in for a 'mud bath' in the fields.
Slipknot, Iron Maiden and Rammstein are headlining this year's festival, which runs until Sunday.
Extra Highways Agency officers are being deployed on the M1 around junction 24 this weekend to keep traffic moving during Download Festival.
Heavy traffic is expected on major routes around Castle Donington as Download Festival takes place.
The three day rock festival at Donington Park starts at midday. 90,000 people are expected.
– Steve Parker, Highways Agency
Major roads and motorways in the area, including the M1, A42, A50 and A453, are likely to be busy."
The Highways Agency is advising road users not heading to Download Festival to avoid roads around Castle Donington this weekend
More than 90,000 people are expected to attend the three day rock concert that starts at midday today.