Revellers have flocked to We Are FSTVL to enjoy dance music and more this bank holiday weekend.

Dance music enthusiasts from Upminster and beyond have been enjoying We Are FSTVL since Friday and music will wrap up tonight (August 27).

The festival, held in Damnys Hall Aerodrome in Upminster, is headlined by electronic stalwarts The Prodigy in a line-up that includes grime rapper Skepta and DJ Seinfeld.

We have picked out some photos from this year's event to capture the mood so far.

Romford Recorder: People arrive to the festivalPeople arrive to the festival (Image: Lightfoot/ Michal Augustini)

Despite the mixed weather across London yesterday, festival go-ers yesterday took the opportunity to appreciate a rainbow.

Romford Recorder: Festival go-ers were able to enjoy a rainbowFestival go-ers were able to enjoy a rainbow (Image: Lightfoot/ Michal Augustini)

The party continued well into the evening as people were able to enjoy one of the site's inside arenas.

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Romford Recorder: Dance off: People enjoying an inside arenaDance off: People enjoying an inside arena (Image: Lightfoot/ Luis Kramer)

Crowds also delighted in the outside stages and basked in the sunshine to music from the likes of Andy C and Shy FX, both drum and bass DJs.

Romford Recorder: The sun came out for crowds outsideThe sun came out for crowds outside (Image: Lightfoot/ Jack Gunter)

There were also fair ground rides on offer for people seeking a short break from the music.

The event goes into its last day today and will have the likes of Purple Disco Machine, house music DJ Haai and Annie Mac on offer, the latter has hosted a mix of BBC Radio shows.

Romford Recorder: People enjoying a ride at the festivalPeople enjoying a ride at the festival (Image: Lightfoot/ Luis Kramer)

Festival-goers so far have selected an array of exciting outfits, with cowboy hats proving to be a popular choice.

Romford Recorder: Cowboy hats were a popular choiceCowboy hats were a popular choice (Image: Lightfoot/ Luis Kramer)

With twice as many arenas as 2022, the organisers said more than 150 electronic artists would play across eight stages.

The organisers added that there would be four new immersive technology concepts.

Romford Recorder: Revellers enjoying a setRevellers enjoying a set (Image: Lightfoot/ Laurence Howe)

As with any good festival, the Upminster event had scores come out in fancy outfits to celebrate the best of the day.

Romford Recorder: Dressed up for We Are FSTVL 2023Dressed up for We Are FSTVL 2023 (Image: Lightfoot/ Jack Gunter)

From couples and close friends to larger groups, We Are FSTVL has been celebrated by a mix of people.

The festival, which had an extra night added to its 2023 edition, still has plenty to offer today for those soon heading out to relish the final few acts.

Romford Recorder: A group in front of the festival's signageA group in front of the festival's signage (Image: Lightfoot/ Jack Gunter)

We Are FSTVL, celebrating its 10th year, said it worked closely with train operator C2C ahead of planned industrial action on August 26. 

All campers must exit the site by midday on Monday August 28, the festival website stated.