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Malvern born singer Cher Lloyd was booed off stage at yesterday's V Festival.
Staffordshire Police have said that months of careful planning should mean an easy ride for those travelling to this year's V Festival.
US superstar Justin Timberlake will be heading to the Midlands this summer as main stage headliner of the V Festival in Staffordshire.
The former 'N Sync singer will be joined by The Killers, who will headline the second day of the weekend-long event, on August 16 and 17.
Other acts already confirmed to perform at Weston Park for the 19th annual V Festival include Ed Sheeran, Lily Allen, Elbow, Manic Street Preachers, Bastille and Kaiser Chiefs.
Tickets go on sale on Friday.
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As of this morning, 1,385 people have been treated by on-site medical staff at V Festival during the weekend.
Since the gates opened, on-site ambulance crews have been called out 279 times and a total of 30 people have been taken to hospital.
– West Midlands Ambulance Service spokesman
With thousands of people all in one place, it is always expected that some people will fall ill and require medical help. At Weston Park, the team of almost 300 staff and volunteers were on hand and have worked extremely hard to ensure every patient is given the very best treatment. The staff and volunteers will continue to remain on site all day today, until the last of the campers have left.
Thank you to all WMAS staff, Venture Event Medical Management and St. John Ambulance for their hard work ensuring a safe festival for all those attending.
US band Kings of Leon crowned their first performance at this weekend's V Festival with a spectacular light and laser show.
The band kicked off with Kick The Bucket before finishing the night with classics including Sex On Fire.
A sell-out crowd of 85,000 people packed into the park despite the rain showers.
Also wowing the crowds were the Saturdays, who kickstarted Sunday's performances.
The band, sporting cropped tops and shorts along with towering high heels, were missing Frankie Sandford, who is heavily pregnant, but a fifth microphone could be seen in her spot on the stage.
Other acts included Calvin Harris, The Vaccines, Emeli Sande, Basement Jaxx and Scouting For Girls.
Queen of pop Beyonce dazzled the crowds as she closed the Weston Park leg of the V Festival.
Despite making the crowd wait 25 minutes until she came on stage, the star dazzled them with an array of sparkly costumes.
With an audience of more than 90,000 Beyonce had four costume changes throughout her set.
She belted out hits including Single Ladies, Baby Boy, Crazy In Love and Love On Top before finishing with a rendition of Whitney Houston's I Will Always Love You and Halo.
Beyonce was joined by the likes of Kings of Leon, Jessie J and Calvin Harris at this year's V Festival.
After quite a dry morning, temperatures around 16-17c first thing, this afternoon should prove very pleasant.
Sunny spells and light winds, highs of 21c 70f - and although the risk of a few scattered showers increases during the afternoon, it will be very hit and miss - more 'miss' than 'hit!'
The showers clear this evening, so a great end to the festival in Weston Park, Staffordshire.
Greater shower risk at the other site, Hylands Park in Essex.
Beyonce is expected to headline the second day of V Festival, which continues today.
Other headlining acts at the festival in Weston Park, Staffordshire, include The Script and Jessie J.
West Midlands Ambulance Service says it is continuing to to provide medical cover at this year’s V Festival at Weston Park in partnership with Venture Event Medical Management and St. John Ambulance.
The organisations are operating a medical centre and stage side first aid posts, which since the gates of Weston Park opened, has treated 828 patients.
On-site ambulance crews have been called out to attend patients 173 times. A total of 15 people have been taken to hospital.