Gabrielle entertains the crowd on the final night of Festival Too in King’s Lynn
- Credit: Ian Burt
The last night of Festival Too did not disappoint as hundreds packed into the Tuesday Market Place in King's Lynn to cheer on a host of exciting acts.
Despite the grey and cloudy weather, the audiences's enthusiasm did not dull as they enjoyed live music which kicked off at 6.30pm last night.
Crowds watched performances from Finding Ana, a four-piece alternative rock band from Cambridge, Heir, a five-piece alt/pop band from Leeds, Victoria, who play piano-driven alternative pop tracks, R&B and dance artist BB Diamond and finally Brit-award winning singer Gabrielle - who will be on tour in October and November this year.
Martin and Debbie Cox of Warwickshire visited Lynn especially to see Gabrielle.
Mr Cox, 44, said: 'She disappeared for a few years. She's a nineties girl.
'We had never been to King's Lynn before and we had a good night at The Vamps so we decided to come back tonight. It's very well organised.'
Jayne James, 51 of West Lynn, said: 'I think the best thing they can do is to introduce bands. It brings people together.'
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Karen Lombari, 53 of Sedgeford, said: 'I don't think many places put on free live music like this.'
Kris Mocewicz, 36, said: 'We come to Festival Too every year. There's not too many chances all year to do something different like this here.'