22 July 2013
Last updated at 17:36
Victoria Park, in London, played host to Lovebox, a three-day "multi-stage carnival of music art, fashion and style" featuring international talent, including R&B singer-songwriter Kelis.
One of the most anticipated acts, US rapper Lil' Kim, failed to turn up on time for the event. English synthpop duo Hurts took to the stage early, performing tracks from their new album.
Rudimental rocked the main stage on Friday with local Hackney DJ Locksmith, who said he used to play football in the park when he was a youngster.
Recently reformed US alternative hip hop group Jurassic 5, who spilt in 2007 after the release of their fourth album, Feedback, also took to the stage on Friday.
Jurassic 5 formed in 1993 from members of two previous groups, Rebels of Rhythm and Unity Committee.
Harlem-born rapper Azealia Banks headlined the first night of the festival with a memorable performance.
DJ David Rodigan was on hand to showcase his love for all types of reggae music.
With a career spanning more than 30 years, Rodigan is a leading light bringing dancehall and reggae to the masses
Also on the bill was Soul II Soul founder Jazzie B.
Canadian electronic music duo Purity Ring were one of the newer acts to appear. Formed in 2010, the band consists of Megan James on vocals and Corin Roddick.
Lianne La Havas braved the high temperatures of Sunday afternoon before Goldfrapp brought the curtain down on proceedings.
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