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Latitude Festival 2017: Can you spot yourself in our day two gallery?

PUBLISHED: 08:34 16 July 2017 | UPDATED: 11:17 16 July 2017

The bold & colurful people of Latitude 2017 - Paul John Bayfield

The bold & colurful people of Latitude 2017 - Paul John Bayfield

PAUL JOHN BAYFIELD

As the second day of Latitude draws to a close we take a look at all the best photos from Henham Park.

The crowd is at full capacity for Mumford & Sons. Picture: Paul John Bayfield The crowd is at full capacity for Mumford & Sons. Picture: Paul John Bayfield

With pink sheep aplenty and an impressive line up of music, theatre and comedy, fans have flocked to the Southwold music extravanganza for the weekend.

Folk rock band Mumford and Sons headline the Obelisk Arena on Saturday night and Jack Garratt, winner of the 2016 Critics’ Choice award at the Brits, brings proceedings to a close on the alternative BBC Music stage.

MORE: Latitude Festival 2017: Can you spot yourself in our day one gallery?

Oher acts that performed at Latitude on Saturday include Two Door Cinema Club, Lucy Rose and comedian Reginald D Hunter.

The bold & colurful people of Latitude 2017 - Paul John Bayfield The bold & colurful people of Latitude 2017 - Paul John Bayfield

Organisers of the festival, which is now in its 12th year, are celebrating a record 40,000 attendees.

You can keep up to date with all our Latitude Festival coverage here.

See if you can spot your friends in our gallery and make sure to share with them if you do!

Don’t forget to tweet your Latitude photos to @EDP24 over the weekend!

The bold & colourful people of Latitude 2017 - Paul John Bayfield The bold & colourful people of Latitude 2017 - Paul John Bayfield

The bold & colourful people of Latitude 2017 - Paul John Bayfield The bold & colourful people of Latitude 2017 - Paul John Bayfield

The bold & colurful people of Latitude 2017 - Paul John Bayfield The bold & colurful people of Latitude 2017 - Paul John Bayfield

Festival Fashion at Latitude 2017 - Paul John Bayfield Festival Fashion at Latitude 2017 - Paul John Bayfield

The bold & colourful people of Latitude 2017 - Paul John Bayfield The bold & colourful people of Latitude 2017 - Paul John Bayfield

The bold & colourful people of Latitude 2017 - Paul John Bayfield The bold & colourful people of Latitude 2017 - Paul John Bayfield

Tamsyn Morgan of Fashion  model agency Sandra Reynods & Daughter Ella at Latitude 2017 - Paul John Bayfield Tamsyn Morgan of Fashion model agency Sandra Reynods & Daughter Ella at Latitude 2017 - Paul John Bayfield

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Festival Fashion at Latitude 2017 - Paul John Bayfield Festival Fashion at Latitude 2017 - Paul John Bayfield

Festival Fashion at Latitude 2017 - Paul John Bayfield Festival Fashion at Latitude 2017 - Paul John Bayfield

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Festival Fashion at Latitude 2017 - Paul John Bayfield Festival Fashion at Latitude 2017 - Paul John Bayfield

Crowd for Two Door Cinema Club. Latitude 2017 - Paul John Bayfield Crowd for Two Door Cinema Club. Latitude 2017 - Paul John Bayfield

Crowds came out in force for Glass Animals. Latitude 2017 - Paul John Bayfield Crowds came out in force for Glass Animals. Latitude 2017 - Paul John Bayfield

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