A music festival in Portsmouth where two people fell ill and later died will now continue under a new name in tribute to the two young people who lost their lives.
Festival-goers Georgia Jones, 18, and Tommy Cowan, 20, died after attending Mutiny Festival in May.
Organisers said the event would take place next year but the Mutiny name would be "retired" out of respect.
It also said entry would be restricted to those over 18.
Sunday's festival performances were cancelled following the deaths.
Sean Paul paid his respects to the loved ones of the pair who died, as did Craig David, who tweeted: “My heart goes out to the family and friends of the two young people who lost their lives at @MutinyFestivals yesterday.”