Published Friday, 16 August 2013
The first night of Belsonic kicked off. (© Pacemaker)
Hundreds of fans watched the London electronic dance duo play at Custom House Square in Belfast city centre on Friday night.
The show featured dancers in elaborate golden head dresses while the audience, a mixture of 20 and 30-somethings, revelled in the crowd-pleasing beats.
Meanwhile the third and final night of Tennent's Vital was headlined by Tinie Tempah along with Avicii, Rudimental Live and Tommy Trash at the Boucher Road Playing Fields.
Nicola McCleery from the company said: "Over the past three days, we've been privileged to welcome some of the world's biggest artists to Tennent's Vital.
"This year has been the biggest ever Tennent's Vital and it's also been our best yet - there's been a wonderful atmosphere here and our audience have made it a very special past few days, and we'd like to thank them for all of their support."
Belsonic runs for eight days over the summer.
Ben Howard will play the open air festival on Saturday, followed next Wednesday by American industrial rockers Nine Inch Nails, The Luminers on Thursday and Jake Bugg on Friday.
The headliners on Saturday 24 August are Britpop band Suede, joined by James. Steve Angello takes to the stage the next day before Bullet For My Valentine wrap up Belsonic on the Monday.
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