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London Mela: YOUR tweets and photos from this year's spectacular event

The festival returned to Gunnersbury Park and has been a hit with plenty of fans on social media

Europe's largest South Asian festival returned to Gunnersbury Park on Sunday (September 3) and has been a hit with plenty of fans on social media.

Celebrating its 15th year, the spectacular line-up includes live music, dance, visual arts and food from South Asia.

This year’s ZEE Main Stage featured lively performances from Hard Kaur, the Bhangra pop maestros Desi Crew, Miss Pooja and The Ska Vengers.

Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan has been spotted at the event.

He said: "This wonderful family event showcases the fantastic diversity of Asian arts and culture in the capital, and invites Londoners from all backgrounds to come together and get involved."

The London Mela medical command team has also been spotted enjoying the day.

The BBC Asian Network Stage also had a jam-packed line-up with Bhangra beats and cutting-edge new Asian music.

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