Download Festival closes with Aerosmith
Download, the "biggest and friendliest" rock festival in the world, has ended with a performance by legendary American rockers Aerosmith.
The festival, held at Donington Park in Leicestershire since 2003, has hosted some of the biggest names in rock including Iron Maiden and Motörhead.
Download organiser Andy Copping said Donington was the "spiritual home" of rock.
The festival saw extra security following the recent terror attacks.
Armed officers patrolled the site but Leicestershire Police and festival organisers were determined it would not affect Download's famous "friendly" atmosphere.
It led to the force using the hashtag "copaselfie" - an attempt to get revellers to engage with officers by taking selfies with them.
Supt Martyn Ball, from Leicestershire Police, said armed police were there to make people "safe and secure" following the recent attacks in Manchester and London.
Mr Copping, one of the founders of Download, said the festival is one of the UK's "friendliest" but also the "biggest" of its type in the world.
He told the BBC that fans treat it as their holiday.
About 80,000 people attended the festival over the weekend which saw performances from System of a Down, Every Time I Die, Rob Zombie, Biffy Clyro and Aerosmith.
The American rockers made Download their "swansong" in the UK, according to Mr Copping.