Police have arrested 47 people at Creamfields festival in Cheshire since doors opened yesterday.
The majority of the arrests have been on suspicion of possession with intent to supply class A drugs.
Cheshire Police are warning anyone attending the event of the risks of carrying drugs.
More than 100 ecstasy tablets hidden in bottles of shampoo have been seized by police at the Creamfields festival.
Two men have been arrested on suspicion of possessing drugs with intent to supply, after the seizure at the dance music event near Warrington.
Cheshire Police say the search was carried out by officers at the VIP entrance on Friday.
Thousands of people are attending the festival at the Daresbury site. It continues until Bank Holiday Monday.
Police are looking to speak to the man pictured above in connection with an allegation of sexual assault at the Creamfields Music Festival in Daresbury last August.
The victim is a woman in her early twenties from Scotland, who reported the incident to police after the festival had concluded. The sexual assault is alleged to have occurred in a tent at the festival overnight between Sunday August 24 and Monday 25 of August.
The man is described as white, around 21 years of age, approximately 5? 8" tall and of medium build. He had dark hair which, at the time of the festival, was shaved all over. At the festival he was wearing a white short sleeved t shirt, and he had a chain around his neck with two rings on it. He stated his name was Jaimie, and had a Scottish accent, and may be from the East Kilbride area of Scotland.
Police are asking the man, if he recognises himself, to make contact with either Cheshire Police or Police Scotland. Police are also asking anyone who may recognise the man to call 101 or the Crimestoppers hotline on 0800 555 111.
Police are investigating whether drugs played a part in the death of a man who's thought to have been attending the Creamfields Festival.
Ambulance crews were called earlier today to a hotel near Widnes after a guest complained of respiratory problems.
The 22-year-old, who has not been named, was taken to Whiston Hospital where his condition deteriorated and he died a short time later.
It's believed he'd been at Creamfields and Cheshire Police say they're looking into the circumstances.
A spokeswoman said: "The cause of the man's death at this time is presently being treated as unexplained, including whether the man's death is in any way drug related."
The force said a post mortem examination will take place to determine the cause of death.
The deceased's next of kin have been informed.
Police arrested 82 people on drugs offences at dance music festival Creamfields in Cheshire this weekend.
Around 58,000 music fans attended the event. Police made 82 arrests in total, 65 were in relation to drugs, the other 17 were for offences including assault, criminal damage and public order.
Festival goers were searched upon entry to the site and asked to bin drugs or weapons at the entrance. Officers say the policing of the event was a success.
Festival goers were searched upon entry to the site and asked to bin drugs or weapons at the entrance.
There were 39 thefts reported to police during the event. 15 thefts from tents and 24 other thefts.
Creamfields have announced a number of major improvements to the festival site at Daresbury.
£500,000 is to be spent on improving key areas of the site, including the field drainage systems, investment into additional trackways and a series of new bridges across fields.
It follows the cancellation of the final day of last year’s event due to adverse weather and flooding.
The full Creamfields line-up will be announced on Wednesday 27th February.
Organisers of the Creamfields music and dance festival are counting the costs of the weekend's bad weather.
Yesterday's performances had to be cancelled and campers were forced to abandon the site near Warrington.
Many disappointed spectators are demanding compensation.
The annual Creamfields festival in at Daresbury near Warrington has been abandoned after a night of heavy rain caused the grounds to flood.
Cheshire Police issued a warning first thing this morning advising campers and festival goers to leave the site.
The rest of today's dance and music events have been posponed as more heavy rain is expected:-