Saturday saw headline shows from Dave and Megan Thee Stallion, as well as music from Glass Animals, All Time Low and Gorgon City and many more.
At 11.15am, there were already fans at the Main Stage East barrier, readying themselves for an eight-hour wait for American rapper Polo G.
Dave took to the stage at 9.45pm, making history as Leeds Festival’s youngest ever headliner.
Here are some of the best pictures from day two.
1. Highlights from day two
Photographer Mike Bickerdike was down at Bramham Park on day two to capture all the action. Pictured are All Time Low performing to fans. Photo: MARK BICKERDIKE PHOTOGRAPHY
2. Balmy weather
The sun was shining as revellers headed down to the stages Photo: MARK BICKERDIKE PHOTOGRAPHY
3. Strike a pose
The music kicked off at noon, with Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes opening Main Stage East and BBNO$ opening Main Stage West Photo: MARK BICKERDIKE PHOTOGRAPHY
4. Energy builds
Dynamic sets from the likes of Wallows and Bakar had feet moving as the energy built up Photo: MARK BICKERDIKE PHOTOGRAPHY
5. Superfans wait eight hours for set
These Polo G superfans waited for more than eight hours at the front of the stage to see him. Jayden Whittaker and Matt Underwood, both 20, and Ryan Lawd, 21, said their strategy to stay in their prime spot involved avoiding going to the toilet if possible. Photo: Tom Coates
6. Wallows take to the stage
The LA alternative rock band performing on Main Stage West at 2pm Photo: Mark Bickerdike Photography