Paloma Faith came to Kent back in 2015 as part of the Forestry Commission's Forest Live concerts and went down a storm.
Returning three years later, she has a No.1 album, The Architect; her songs are getting lots of air play and she's even featuring in the Skoda car ads on tele, with her song Make Your Own Kind of Music.
She's big now.
The sell-out concert attracted thousands to the Weald countryside, armed with their picnic chairs and plastic champagne flutes, ready for an evening of dancing and partying. And they weren't disappointed.
After support act Ward Thomas, Paloma took to the stage with an eye-catching rainbow dress, blonde hair and an important message: be kind.
After admitting she wasn't entirely sure where she was - though she knew she was in Kent - she told the crowd about her Epidemic of Kindness, trying to impress on people how important it is to be nicer to eachother, the environment, and wildlife, in response to the tendency to be downright rude on social media. And she urged people to pick up their litter when they left.
She may be small, but with her lively moves, outlandish dress sense, down to earth chat with the crowd, and superb vocals, Paloma put on a show.
After warming us into her show with some lesser known hits and newer material, as well as talking about her new mum status, she belted out her well known tunes, including Can't Rely On You and Changing.
Her vocal range was entirely flawless and impressive throughout the night.
As the sun went down and there was a slight chill in the air, the music, lighting and energy ramped up both for Paloma and for us, as everyone let their hair down, got up on their feet, and sang along to the hits.
Her final flourish was Only Love Can Hurt Like This, which had the crowd singing at the top of their voices - a worthy finale to a top evening.
* She will be followed by Paul Heaton and Jacqui Abbott tonight, supported by Billy Bragg, which is also a sell-out.