Sunday evening review at Sundown Festival
- Credit: Archant
With the sun still shining down on the Norfolk Showground, Jess Glynne delivered a high intensity set of tracks which had the crowd jumping around yet again.
Everyone at Sundown is clearly enjoying every act this weekend and as more people flock to the main stage, Noen Jungle don't disappoint, with their upbeat pop formula, getting the audience to sing along with them.
Over in the dance tent, Calyx & Teebee lay down some brutal drum and bass to another dedicated crowd.
As the evening draws in, Ella Eyre blasts out more pumping dance-pop and although all of the bands have a relatively short time on stage, they each manage to execute perfect sets and please the festival-goers.
When Clean Bandit take the reins on the main stage, there's a surge forward from the audience and the strangely complex mix of classical/dance/RnB that Clean Bandit peddle creates waves of aloft arms in the sea of the dancing crowd.
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