Gallery: Were you in the crowd at Festival Too last night?
- Credit: Ian Burt
Around 12,000 people flocked to King's Lynn to see the Fratellis headline the last night of Festival Too.
Crowds packed the Tuesday Market Place for the closing night of the festival, which this year celebrated 30 years of bringing free entertainment to King's Lynn.
Alan Taylor, a member of the festival's organising committee, said: 'Last night was a great finale for our 30th year.
'Our line up attracted visitors from all over the country to west Norfolk, and I've heard most of the town's hotels were completely full.'
Supporting the Fratellis last night were Dodgy, who rose to prominence in the 90s with hits including 'Staying Out for the Summer' and 'Good Enough'. Harry Cracknell returned to the Festival Too having previously supported Blue on the closing night in 2013. Also included in the line-up were X-Factor finalists Only the Young.
The festival was held over the last three weekends and previous nights featured Republica, original Stranglers front man Hugh Cornwell and Bucks Fizz.
Mr Taylor added: 'We're very proud of what we've achieved. It costs £80,000 to put on the event, and none of this would be possible without our sponsors, so we're always very grateful for their support.'
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Celebration of the arts continues in the town as King's Lynn Festival opens today. Now in its 65th year, the festival attracts a variety of live music performances as well as talks, exhibitions and films.
For more information visit www.kingslynnfestival.org.uk
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