This was an evening to let the music do the talking
Sheer, whole-hearted, fun is the best way to sum up Lovejoy. They’ve harboured a beautiful sense of community and long may it continue.
A magnificent tribute to one of England's finest modern contemporary rock composers.
Thank you Deepdale – you did it again. This is still my favourite festival of the year, and judging by the number of returning acts and audience members, everybody else's, too.
All in all, another great evening at the Arts Centre.
This was a mesmerising performance by a completely singular artist
An evening of clean, wholesome, melodic pop this most certainly wasn’t. It was however good deathly fun.
The Let's Rock festival is unashamedly a retro festival - often a curate's egg of one hit wonders, war horses and hardy-perennials, but the roll call for Norwich was unusually eclectic. Whether that was by design, or just who they could get, is hard to say, but the inclusion of bands like The Farm and Happy Mondays suggest the festival is starting to take itself more seriously – becoming more about music and less about mullet wigs – which has to be a good thing.
N-Dubz's performance was a seamless blend of their greatest hits and newer tracks...The evening was a whirlwind of energy, talent, and good vibes. Whether you're a long-time fan or someone looking to experience the essence of British urban music, an N-Dubz concert is an event you won't want to miss.
...as the evening comes to a close there’s smiles all around, from those on the stage to those who stood, danced and sang along. Thank you, Hamish and your wonderful band. Haste ye back!
Fierce, heavy, intense but Pavlis left feeling slightly disappointed.
John Osbourne's uncanny ability to draw on universal truths by discussing the particular is the key to all his work, and has never been better than in this outing. What might seem like a wistful nostalgia for times past is underscored by a commentary on the changes that happen in all our lives, as the person we once were becomes as strange to us as the people we once knew
As the night drew to a close, Grennan treated the audience to an encore like never before… He asked everyone to go outside so he could meet us all, this is where he treated us to two more song performed onto of a van!!
Another great night at a great venue courtesy of of Pica x4
Who would’ve thought Mongolian folk-metal and Irish psych-folk-drone would make for such a fun evening?
Paul Weller has been praised, and rightly so, for continually reinventing himself as time and tide moves on. It would be downright silly to be singing about Eton Rifles or a Bomb in Wardour Street at his time of life........I can’t argue with any of that.
Tom is like a ball of energy, racing around the stage despite admitting to only have eight hours sleep in five days.
"intense hardcore hits Norwich for a visceral, cathartic and most of all FUN Monday night"
The grindcore legends and their openers deliver the goods in feral fashion.