Thousands of people filled the Tuesday Market Place to see Judge Jules Live and other acts. Picture: Ian Ward

King’s Lynn’s Tuesday Market Place was transformed into an open air Ibiza-style nightclub for the second weekend of free music event Festival Too. 

Last Friday was soul night with performances from Romina Johnson and Diane Shaw, followed by a Back in the Day after party at the Corn Exchange. 

Headline act Shola Ama was unable to attend due to a family crisis so Diane Shaw and her band stepped in with some extra soul classics.

Former Girls Aloud singer Nadine Coyle got the crowds dancing last Saturday ahead of DJ Judge Jules who, along with his live band and singers, transformed the market place into a huge dance floor.

The DJ took to social media after the event to say: “What an incredible night at Festival Too King’s Lynn with an incredible 12,000 happy, dancing people in attendance.

“I have to say myself and the live band loved every minute! Bravo Festival Too!”

Festival Too chairman Mark Stanford said: “This was the biggest weekend of Festival Too there has ever been. It became one big open air club with everyone dancing and enjoying the music.”

Festival Too continues this weekend with performances tonight (Friday) from DJs Milky and Gadget with their This is  England set and 90s band Cast. Tomorrow (Saturday’s) finale will see boy band 5ive take to the stage, ahead of headliner Marti Pellow, of Wet, Wet, Wet. 

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