Published: 00:00, 14 July 2017 |
Updated: 00:07, 14 July 2017
The crowd was buzzing long before Craig David stepped foot on the stage at Rochester Castle Concerts last night.
The Brit Award nominee headlined Rochester Castle for the second time this week after tickets to the first show sold out in less than an hour.
Support acts Dr Vades and Lauren Faith got the crowd of 4,000 people in the mood to party, and dance, the night away.
Dr Vades got the crowd jumping with a mixture of hits including Stormzy, Skepta and Lethal Bizzle.
Lauren Faith was then cheered as she came on stage.
After technical difficulties on Tuesday night she came back with a bang and had the audience dancing.
Of course the biggest cheer of the night went to Craig David when he came out on stage.
He played a mixture of classic hits and new songs.
He started the show off with single Ain't Giving up on You followed by What's Your Flavour? And Can You Fill me in? much to the delight of fans of all ages.
The artist then thanked those in the audience who had been at the gig on Tuesday.
He also thanked his parents whilst on stage and sang a cover of Justin Bieber's Love Yourself.
For more Castle Concerts coverage, don’t miss next week's Medway Messenger.
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