THE Who rocked Harewood House in Leeds last night to bring to a close the two-day O2 Wireless Festival.
Some of the biggest names in pop, hip-hop, dance music and rock performed at the festival, the first time it has been staged outside London.
Massive Attack took to the stage on Saturday, along with Goldfrapp and chart-topper Gnarls Barkley. US solo star Pharrell also proved a hit for the crowds.
Having performed at Leeds University last week in a re-run of their historic 1970 Live at Leeds concert, The Who took centre stage yesterday, along with the Flaming Lips, The Zutons and Welsh rockers the Super Furry Animals.
The festival – which ran alongside a sister event in London's Hyde Park – also included a special acoustic performance space, chill-out areas and market stalls.
A spokesman said: "2006 is likely to be a year to remember for music lovers in the city. Leeds band Kaiser Chiefs played Millennium Square, Leeds, in April while Robbie Williams is due to play two concerts at Roundhay Park, Leeds, in September."
Stuart Galbraith, festival organiser, said: "We've had what I can only describe as the best launch we could have hoped for. The site has worked perfectly. Lord Harewood is very, very happy, we're happy and, hopefully, we are sending home 40,000 satisfield customers."