Pictures: Fans turn out to Marley Park in force for Longitude's second day

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Pictures: Fans turn out to Marley Park in force for Longitude's second day
Pictures: Fans turn out to Marley Park in force for Longitude's second day

Longitude revellers basked in scorching 26C heat as the sun came out for the penultimate day of the sold-out music festival.

Over 40,000 were in attendance with Travis Scott headlining on the main stage, while several celebs were spotted soaking up the sunshine in glorious conditions at Marlay Park, Dublin.

UFC star Conor McGregor was spotted enjoying himself at the opening day of the festival, but Rosanna Davison, Wes Quirke and Eoghan McDermott were amongst the stars pictured at the south Dublin venue yesterday.

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But festival fanatics have been warned that the best of the weather has already passed with Sunday’s forecast looking far less promising.

Solanage and SZA will be amongst the main acts on the final day, and all will be hoping that the weather holds off.

But Met Eireann is predicting quite a dull day, with some unsettled patches.

The National forecaster said: “Sunday will be mostly cloudy, with patches of rain and drizzle, but amounts will be small.

“Still very humid with some hill and coastal fog.

“Maximum temperatures 19 to 22 degrees, in moderate southerly winds.”

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Source: Celebrity News Ireland