Police say 32 people have been arrested at V Festival in Staffordshire so far over the weekend.
Armed officers have been seen patrolling the site.
Thousands of music fans are attending the two day event at Weston Park.
The event is proceeding very smoothly and peacefully so far, which is great to see. In partnership with the event's security team there has been some outstanding work to prevent drugs getting into the festival and these arrests should serve as a message to others thinking about making the same mistake.
Police have made 13 arrests in the first day of V Festival.Read the full story ›
200 tablets were found in a bag, a 17-year-old boy was carrying into the event, at entrance of the festival.Read the full story ›
They will be joined by Duke Dumont and Disciples at this year's festival in Staffordshire.Read the full story ›
Thousands of people are expected to see headline acts Jay Z and Pink perform, alongside Herefordshire's Ellie Goulding.Read the full story ›
Tickets for this year's V-Festival go on sale from this morning.
The music event takes place this August in Weston Park in Staffordshire.
Thousands of people are expected to see headline acts Jay Z and Pink perform, other artists set to feature this year include Herefordshire's Ellie Goulding.
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Organisers of the V Festival in Staffordshire, which is tonight hosting pop's big names including Justin Bieber on his festival debut, have issued warnings about travel delays around the M6 for those heading back down the motorway.
A man has died after a crash on the M6 in Walsall and emergency teams are currently at the scene. The road is expected to be closed well into the night.
Police say a car and van involved in the crash have now been recovered.
1/3 Campers if you can stay on site tonight please do so the M6 is closed overnight due to a collision causing severe delays on all routes.
2/3 Day visitors, there will be long delays leaving site on all routes due to M6 closure. Be patient we are all working together to help you