Belfast's Biggest Weekend: Day two in pictures

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image captionScottish band Franz Ferdinand entertain the crowd in Belfast on the second night of the BBC's Biggest Weekend festival. The Biggest Weekend is designed as the BBC's "replacement" for Glastonbury - which is taking a fallow year in 2018.
image captionEdinburgh based hip-hop group, Young Fathers, who won a Mercury Prize for their debut album in 2014, performed on the main stage at the Titanic Slipway on Saturday.
image captionSwedish electronic band, Little Dragon, brought tonnes of colour to a cloudier second day in Belfast. The Biggest Weekend is also taking place in Swansea, Perth and Coventry over the bank holiday weekend.
image captionSwedish singer-songwriter and rapper, Neneh Cherry in Belfast. Other artists due to play over the various venues include Sam Smith, Florence + The Machine, Rita Ora, Liam Gallagher, Ed Sheeran, Paloma Faith, Simple Minds, Craig David, Jess Glynne and Taylor Swift.
image captionDownpatrick-based band, Ash, played hits such as Girl From Mars and Shining Light.
image captionGoldie's trademark gold teeth glimmered as the sun came back out in Belfast.
image captionMore Swedish representation. Sister-act First Aid Kit played their folk tunes.
image captionAs the sun went down, Underworld rocked Belfast.

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