BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend returns this weekend with the best of pop music. Over 25,000 attendees thronged to Exeter in the South of England to mark the beginning of Britain’s music festival season and experience live music from fan favourites from both sides of the ponds.

The 1975, James Bay and more set for In The Mix Manila

The festival kicked off on Saturday, May 28, with an impressive lineup that includes, on the Main Stage, Jess Glynne, Mumford & Sons, Nick Jonas, Bastille, Tom Odell, Meghan Trainor; while the likes of Craig David, Fetty Wap, twenty one pilots, CHVRCHES and Flume hit the In New Music We Trust stage.

Check out all the highlights below.

Nick Jonas – “Jealous”

Tom Odell – “Here I Am”

Jess Glynne – “Hold My Hand”

twenty one pilots – “Stressed Out”

CHVRCHES – “Empty Threat”

Tame Impala – “Let It Happen”

Meghan Trainor – “No”

Bastille – “Pompeii”

Mumford & Sons – “Tompkins Square Park”

On Sunday (May 29), fans will enjoy incredible shows from Ellie Goulding, OneRepublic, The 1975, The Weeknd, Alesso, The Last Shadow Puppets, Catfish and the Bottlemen, and this year’s headliner, Coldplay. Be sure to stick around and get the latest updates from AsiaLive365.

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BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend is the largest free ticketed music festival in the UK and Europe. It is held annually since 2003 by BBC Radio 1 in different locations across Britain. Last year’s edition took place in Norwich with Muse, Florence + The Machine, David Guetta and Foo Fighters performing.