South London sweetheart Lianne La Havas stole the audience’s hearts as she headlined the Communion stage at Citadel festival on Sunday.
The singer-songwriter answered calls of ‘I love you’ from the Victoria Park crowd as she seamlessly switched guitars between songs on July 17.
The 26-year-old belted out hits including Green and Gold, Forget and Unstoppable.
Back to my old haunt #VictoriaPark today to play at CITADEL !!!! 🙂
— Lianne (@liannelahavas) July 17, 2016
Meanwhile Nathaniel Ratcliffe & The Night Sweats and Caribou got the crowd dancing in the sunshine before Sigur Rós headlined the main stage.
SINGING IN THE SUN: Caribou performed for a jolly Citadel crowd
The Icelandic post-rock band had festival-goers swaying under the sunset accompanied by an impressive light display and backdrop.
KEEPING THINGS COOL: Sigur Rós closed the show in style
Back for its second year, London’s brightest new festival was the ultimate Sunday — packed with comedy, food and sport.
From Disco Bloodbath in Tequila Town to the Hackney Colliery Band at The Park Bandstand there was something for everyone.
Images courtesy of Citadel, with thanks