The second day of Plymouth's biggest music festival, MTV Crashes takes place tonight, with DJs taking to the stage at the Hoe.
Last night the live music event saw Tinie Temper and Little Mix performing to a crowd of thousands.
35,000 people are expected across the event, which is being broadcast around the world.
This evening tens of thousand of festival goers have descended on the Plymouth for the start of the two-day music festival, MTV Crashes.
Tinie Tempah and Little Mix will both be performing tonight with the second night being a Club MTV special.
Girl band Little Mix have been warming up on the MTV Crashes stage ahead of their performance in Plymouth tonight.
Earlier they were tweeting fellow music artists Foxes, Tinie Tempah and Kodaline, who are all set to perform at the sold-out two-day music festival on Plymouth Hoe.
Food and drink will be on sale onsite however the bars operate a strict challenge 25 policy so photo ID may be required
Girl band Little Mix have been tweeting fellow music artists Foxes, Tinie Tempah and Kodaline, who are all set to perform at the sold-out MTV Crashes festival today.
They excitedly tweeted "look forward to seeing you all at MTV Crashes in Pymouth today xx".
The group which formed in 2011 will be performing for the first night of the two-day music festival where 35,000 people are expected on the Hoe.
Plymouth's biggest music event of the year MTV Crashes kicks off tonight on the Hoe.
Tinie Tempah and Little Mix have both been confirmed for the first night of the two-day music festival - the second night is a Club MTV special.
35,000 people are expected on the Hoe for the sold-out event, which will be broadcast around the world.
MTV Crashes Plymouth is going to be awesome. It’s so beautiful down there. I can’t wait to get out there and perform by the sea this summertime.
It’s going to be a wicked show!
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