Watch all the highlights from two days of live music in Hackney, East London as BBC Radio 1 presents the Hackney Weekend 2012.
Insider sources have told Virtual Festivals that East London grime and hip hop artist Dizzee Rascal is to play the special guest slot ahead of Rihanna's headline show at BBC Radio 1's Hackney Weekend tonight.
If you're wondering what to bring to this weekend's big events, here's how the weather's shaping up.
Ticketholders for BBC Radio 1's Hackney Weekend are being advised to head down to the event early if they want to see the opening acts.
Wireless Festival organisers have denied reports that Rihanna is set to pull out of her headline appearance at the festival.
Nas is the latest act to be added to the bill for Radio 1's Hackney Weekend 2012.
Kasabian will play the Radio One Hackney Weekend on Saturday 23 June, alongside Jay-Z, Ed Sheeran and Swedish House Mafia.
The second batch of tickets for BBC Radio 1's Hackney Weekend go on sale later today (26 March).
Rihanna has been confirmed as the act closing Radio 1's Hackney Weekend this June, joining Jay-Z as the second act headlining the two day event.
Example, Lostprophets and Enter Shikari are the latest names to be announced for Radio 1's Hackney Weekend, with only a few days left to register for a chance to get tickets.
Rap superstar Jay-Z is the first headliner confirmed for BBC Radio One's Olympic celebration, the Hackney Weekend 2012.
Sean Paul, Tinchy Stryder and Azealia Banks are amongst the new acts confirmed for the Radio One Hackney Weekend 2012 line-up.
Former-White Stripes man, Jack White, heads up the latest acts confirmed for the BBC's Hackney Weekend 2012.
Reports have suggested that Madonna could play London's Hyde Park next summer with a gig that will coincide with the Olympic Games 2012.
Queen's Roger Taylor has said that the band may reform for shows next year, possibly including one at the Olympics in London.
Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer Chad Smith has hinted the band will perform UK shows around the Olympics in London next summer.
BBC Radio 1 will host a huge free music festival in East London next year in the run-up to the Olympics.