CHASE & STATUS headlined the second wave of partygoers on Brighton beach for a huge music event.

On The Beach, a party on the seaside Madeira Drive, kicked off on Friday night headlined by Carl Cox, followed by Saturday’s performances in front of thousands.

The second evening of the sold-out event saw crowds begin to gather on Brighton’s seafront from 2pm, with the event finishing about 10pm.

Saturday night’s line-up also included Sasasas, Kings of the Rollers and Inja.

Pendulum, Hybrid Minds ft Tempza, Dimension, Friction ft Linguistics, Kyrist, Mollie Collins, Kaz B2B North Base and DJ Inter are due on stage on Sunday.

On The Beach previously wrote to nearby residents to let them know about the event.

Community rubbish disposal awareness group Leave No Trace Brighton took to social media following Friday’s performances to share their disappointment at the rubbish left in and around the event site.

Following their complaint, Brighton venue Concorde 2 announced the area was cleared “very soon after”.

Leave No Trace Brighton said: “Concorde2 have confirmed the clearance of all rubbish left on the beach from last night’s event, and promise that the site will be swept and cleared of all rubbish as soon as the event finishes this evening.

“They’ve also arranged for litter pickers to clear the beach outside the site throughout the day.

“Thanks to Concorde 2 for holding their hands up and taking action, and to everyone who dropped down to help with the clean up today.”

Concorde 2 also took to social media to urge partygoers to bring proof of a negative Covid-19 test.

A Tweeted statement said: “Due to the local council’s new enhanced Covid measures, we strongly advise you to bring a negative test via text or NHS email or NHS app certificate.”

Organisers previously said that noise levels will be monitored over the weekend to ensure they do not exceed "strict" limits given by the council.

After the event's closure, organisers said they will work with a waste management company for the clean-up operation for litter and waste.