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Stereophonics kick off Scarborough Open Air 2021

Stereophonics kick off the first night back at Scarborough Open Air Theatre in nearly 2 years.

Stereophonics kicked off the first night back at Scarborough Open Air Theatre in nearly 2 years, and what a night it was. It was great to see the thousands of people there, happy, relaxed,  and having a truly great time. Just as importantly, the weather was kind to us despite a poor forecast and we were blessed with a lovely warm summer evening.

Opening the show was Nottingham band Blondes, who proved why they were starting to create a stir and have exciting news to share next week. The band shared a selection of their songs to the waiting crowd, it is never easy being the opening act when the crowd have come to see one of the biggest bands in the uk but they did manage to put on a good performance despite this and the crowd gave them a good welcome.

The Stereophonics opened with C’est La Vie and the crowd went wild, and for the next 2 hours as they belted out their biggest hits, the crowd danced and sang along. Before long and after a 4 song encore it was all over, with thousands of very happy people heading home.

C’est la vie
Caught by the Wind
A Thousand Trees
I Wanna Get Lost With You
Have a Nice Day
All in One Night
Graffiti on the Train
Indian Summer
Maybe Tomorrow
I Wouldn’t Believe Your Radio
Handbags and Gladrags (Mike d’Abo cover)
She Takes Her Clothes Off
Mr Writer
Step on My Old Size Nines
Just Looking
The Bartender and the Thief

Chances Are
Local Boy in the Photograph
Mr and Mrs Smith

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