Festival Too 2015 comes to a close this weekend with exciting line-up both tonight and tomorrow evening on the stage at the Tuesday Market Place.
Tonight the entertainment kicks off with students from Terrington St Clement High School, followed by more local talent with Blurred Vision.
The headlining acts are original Stranglers frontman Hugh Cornwall, followed by Republica. Republica are chiefly famous for their 1996 hit Ready To Go.
Tomorrow evening sees King’s Lynn Academy pupils take their turn on stage.
Also on the bill are Elise, Harry Cracknell and 90’s favourites Dodgy.
X-Factor finalists Only The Young also appear with the bill topped by Glasgow outfit, The Fratellis, who had top-10 hits with Chelsea Dagger and Whistle for the Choir.
Bridget Nurse, chairwoman of Festival Too, said the event had been very successful so far.
She said: “It has gone very well. The weather has been very nice and the events have been very well attended.
“We had the Sunday event for the first time but even though the weather was a bit hit and miss people still turned out for it.”
The Lynn News has given five lucky readers who entered our competition a chance to meet and greet Only The Young tomorrow night.
The winners, who are able to take a friend along with them each, are: Emily Cashmore, of Bridge Road, Sutton Bridge, Sam Craske, of March Road, Coldham; M Lane, of Snowdrop Lane, Red Lodge, Bury St Edmunds; Patricia Malkin, of Campion Place, Downham; Claire Oakes of New Road, Sutton Bridge.
Don’t forget, the Tuesday Market Place will be closed to through traffic tomorrow night from about 6pm to midnight.