Mutiny Festival: revellers prepare for day two

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THIS video shows the spectacular end of the first day of Mutiny Festival.

And thousands more people are expected to return today as the Portsmouth festival enters its second day.

Steve Angello wows the crowd with his music, light and effects show at Mutiny Festival. PictureKeith Woodland. 160796

Steve Angello wows the crowd with his music, light and effects show at Mutiny Festival. PictureKeith Woodland. 160796

About 30,000 people are expected at the two-day Mutiny Festival this weekend.

The festival yesterday made a return to Portsmouth and it has taken over the King George V Playing Fields.

In its first year it played host to 5,000 people in Victoria Park in Portsmouth, but last year it moved out to Fontwell Race Course, near Chichester.

This weekend will see superstar DJ Pete Tong join a bill including veteran dancefloor fillers Groove Armada, funk and soul star CeeLo Green, chart-topper Example and Steve Angello of Swedish House

Sister Bliss entertains the crowd at Mutiny Festival Picture: Keith Woodland. 160796

Sister Bliss entertains the crowd at Mutiny Festival Picture: Keith Woodland. 160796

Mafia, as well as dozens more.

Day tickets cost £35.00 (+£3.51 FEE) and can be bought on the gates or at mutinyfestivals.co.uk

See the full lineup here: mutinyfestivals.co.uk/line-up

Revellers let loose at Mutiny Festival PPP-160528-174947001

Revellers let loose at Mutiny Festival PPP-160528-174947001

Crowds enjoy the show at Mutiny Festival PPP-160528-174957001

Crowds enjoy the show at Mutiny Festival PPP-160528-174957001