With only a few days left in May, the summer festival season is well and truly underway.

And one of the UK's biggest music festivals, BBC Radio 1's Big Weekend, is taking place in Stewart Park in Middlesbrough this year. The summer bash has brought one hell of a line-up with it too - giving our own Electric Picnic a run for its money.

One of 2019's biggest break-out artists, Lewis Capaldi, whose debut album has gone straight into number one in both Ireland and the UK, and is on track to become the best-selling album of the year, performed 'Someone You Loved'.


While another performer whose debut album garnered incredible streaming figures upon its release, Billie Eilish, gave another energetic performance of 'Bury A Friend' to an audience who were singing each word back to her. Eilish is set to perform at Electric Picnic later this year too.


Charli XCX also showed up, and during her set she performed a new Diplo collaboration, which is called 'Spicy'. And yep, you guessed it, it's a remix of the Spice Girls classic 90's track 'Wannabe'.


Vampire Weekend, who have just released their fourth studio album 'Father of the Bride' performed their newest single 'Harmony Hall'.


On Friday night, Mark Ronson performed his sad country-banger 'Nothing Breaks Like A Heart' with an appearance from the one and only Miley Cyrus. Cyrus also had her own full set on Saturday night.


While American Singer/songwriter Khalid also took to the stage yesterday, and here he is giving a super smooth performance of his single 'Talk'.

Taking to the BBC Radio 1's Big Weekend stage later today will be Mabel, Sigrid, Twenty One Pilots, Two Door Cinema Club, Sean Paul, The 1975, Little Mix, and Rita Ora.