A Day to Remember create a circle pit to remember at Reading

A Day to Remember ensured cobwebs were truly dusted off with an early yet powerful set at Reading Festival 2010.

Going through old favourites as well as new tracks from their latest album, the crowd were constantly in good voice.

“It’s a pleasure to fucking be here,” said singer Jeremy McKinnon, which was received with a mass of raised fists and devil horns before some of the largest circle pits you’re likely to see this weekend, opened up.

“What better way is there to start a festival?” shouted Mark, 23 from Salisbury.

Reading Festival 2010 continues with sets from Guns n' Roses, Queens Of The Stone Age and more.