KT Tunstall concert brings huge crowds to King’s Lynn in second weekend of Festival Too 2017
- Credit: Ian Ward
Festivalgoers gathered in their masses for one of Europe's biggest free festivals, now in its 32nd year.
Thousands of KT Tunstall fans packed into the Tuesday Market Place in King's Lynn for the second weekend of Festival Too, where she was performing.
Kicking off the festival on Saturday, July 8 were performances from support acts The Wise Naive, The Extons and Killamonjambo.
While fans eagerly awaited for the headline act to arrive on stage, there were plenty of activities and stalls around the square.
Young and old alike tried their hands - and feet - at rock-climbing, archery and beat the bar, with food and drink stalls for those wanting to relax in the warm evening.
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KT Tunstall was met with huge applause when she waltzed on stage with her band members and signature guitar at 9.30pm.
The BRIT Award winner played a 90-minute set of some of her popular songs from the mid-2000s, including the Other Side of the World, Black Horse and ending the night with Suddenly I See.
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KT Tunstall told fans it was her first time ever in King's Lynn and she was delighted to see a Wimpy restaurant in town.
'It gives me a lot of nostalgic childhood memories,' she told the crowd.
She said she had been 'stalking' King's Lynn online to find out more about the place. One of her favourite findings was how the town is colloquially called Lynn.
One diehard fan, Anna Cobb, 32, and her five-year-old son, George, arrived at the venue at 3pm. They even had the chance to see KT Tunstall during sound check.
'I'm a big fan,' Ms Cobb said. 'She's really good and puts on a good show. I like all of her albums.'
Heather Maccoll, from Peterborough, attended the festival for the first time and said she enjoyed the family-friendly atmosphere.
She added: 'My friend came last year and said how good it was.
'I like the way this festival is friendly and there is lots for children to do.
'We may come again next weekend depending on the weather, and there will be more of us.'
Next weekend marks the end of this year's Festival Too, with headline act Busted expected to attract huge crowds when they perform on Saturday, July 15.