LiveBasingstoke Live 2014 - Live updates from day two

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The Real Thing has brought Basingstoke Live 2014 to an end to a roar of applause.

Thank you for following the live updates from the two-day event. A full report of the music extravaganza will be in Thursday's edition of the Gazette.


Back by popular demand, The Real Thing come back on stage to perform some more of their hits.


The Real Thing are belting out their classic tune, You To Me Everything and the crowd are loving it.


As proceedings finish at other stages, everybody has flocked to the Main Stage who are signing their hearts out and visibly enjoying singing at Basingstoke Live 2014.


The Real Thing are currently singing a disco medley, which includes Chic's song, Good Times.


The Real Thing are really interacting with the crowd singing acapella to get the audience to sing along.



The crowd are going crazy for 1970's soul group, The Real Thing at the main stage.

The group is doing a great job of entertaining the crowd as people, young and old, are loving their performance. 



The finale of Basingstoke Live is now on stage to a roar of applause from thousands of people at the Main Stage.


DJ Trubeats is entertaining crowds at the darkened Creative Stage as the final act at the stage.


The biggest crowd by far today is gathering ahead of the finale of Basingstoke Live 2014.

The Real Thing are just preparing to appear on the Main Stage in minutes.


Natasha Watts finishes her set to a massive round of applause. After coming off the stage, Natasha tells the Gazette that the crowd were great.


Following calls from the crowd, Natasha Watts will be carrying on her performance.


Crowds are starting to move to the front of the stage to show their support for soul singer Natasha Watts.


Metal band Ded Orse is set to take to the stage in the crowded Amped Stage.


The crowd is loving Main Stage act Natasha Watts who is belting out some catchy pop songs.


Folk group, Donnelly, Wilson and Forster are entertaining crowds at the chilled out Unplgd! Stage.


Natasha Watts has attracted the biggest crowd of the day so far at the Main Stage. She is currently performing a range of slow songs and will be singing some upbeat tunes to get the crowd going even further.


Basingstoke soul singer Natasha Watts is wowing crowds on the main stage.


A crowd of around 80 people have gathered to hear the folk themed music from Heartstring in the Unplgd! Stage.



The crowd seem to be loving the Redtails as they cheer to show their enjoyment of the performance.

As reported by The Gazette on Friday, students from BCoT have recently worked with the band to help them produce a new video.


Futurepop band Redtails have begun their set on the Main Stage in front of a smaller crowd of around 200 people.

Their hits contain a mix of strong vocals, guitars and drums. 

The audience seem relaxed as they sit back and soak up the mix of pop, R&B and dance music.


Friday Night Club is currently belting out cover versions of Jason Derulo's song Talk Dirty and Pompeii by Bastille. 


The Creative Stage is packed with around 100 people admiring the music of Basingstoke indie band, Friday Night Club.


A small crowd has gathered at the Sunrise Stage to listen to the jazzy selection of songs from five-piece band Manzana.

This is the most relaxed audience at the stage all weekend but they still roar with applause at the end of each song.


The crowd in the Unplgd! Stage roar with applause as Folk act The Leate Sisters showcase their vocal talent.

The brother and sister act is minus brother Chris Leate today so sister Robyn Rose performs a solo act.

The crowd are silent during the performance as they admire Robyn's talent.


The audience at the Amped stage is currently captivated by the peaceful notes of indie/ rock band, Lightboxes.


Paul Midgley, the artistic director of the Drum a Runners is currently running a session for children to have a go at playing the drums.

The Drum Runners will also be doing a big performance at the Creative Arena later for people to join in.


Rock band Alibi Agency is providing some relaxation to the Main Stage area as they perform one of their slower hits.


The Sunrise Stage is enjoying another successful day as crowds of all ages flock to listen to the funky tunes from 10-piece band Soul2Funk.


There is a lovely atmosphere on the final day of Basingstoke Festival as the sun is shining. However, families are flocking to the event as the temperature is a bit more bearable compared to yesterday's heat.


Folk group Chasing Ghosts are currently belting out their hits in the cramped and swelteringly hot Amped Stage tent.

The audience give them a roaring round of applause as they ask them to join in with their last song.


Currently on the Main Stage is rock and blues band, Sam Paine Trio plus Rod Garfield.

They are wowing the growing Main Stage audience with their drum and guitar heavy hits. They have just started one of their pop inspired songs, Hold On.


Indie rock band, Carnevale, are attracting an older audience at the Creative Stage as they kick of their version of Kaiser Chief classic, I Predict A Riot. 



Carl Fryer thanks the audience for their support and says that he loves performing at Basingstoke Live.


There is a relaxed atmosphere at the Unplgd! Stage as singer Carl Fryer starts a cover of Bruno Mars song, Treasure.

He is clearly popular with the crowd as they give him a roaring round of applause.


Crowds are starting to build in all of the musical tents.

Basingstoke rock band, Wreck, are currently finishing one of their beaty hits to a crowd of around 80 people.



The Sam Paine Trio and special guest, Rod Garfield have just appeared on the Main Stage to a round of applause.

There is a chilled atmosphere around the area as singer and guitarist Gary Myles has showed the audience his impressive guitar skills.


Impressive 11 year-old, Sapphire, has attracted around 80 people to the Creative Stage and us currently belting out a version of Little Mix song Salute.

The audience is currently listening to her impressive vocal range as she goes from low notes to the top of her range.


Basingstoke Voluntary Action is out in force again offering a great range of activities for families, including nail art, arts and crafts and tie dying t- shirts as well as providing information on the services they offer across the borough.

If you attending Basingstoke Live today, definitely pay them a visit.


The Sunrise Stage has attracted the biggest crowd of the day as Basingstoke soul project, Groove Republic perform some of their catchy hits.


Singer Gary Myles who describes himself as "William Shakespeare's long lost cousin" kicks off proceedings on the Main Stage on the second day of this year's Basingstoke Live.

Whilst getting into full swing in front of a scattered crowd, he announces that one of the strings on his guitar has broken so there will be a short delay.


Council staff and volunteers at Basingstoke Live have done a fantastic job overnight to tidy the litter that was visible all across the field last night.


Basingstoke's War Memorial Park is noticeably quieter than yesterday as families make the most of the dry weather today.


Welcome to the live updates from day two of Basingstoke Live.

The headline act today is 1970's soul group, The Real Thing.


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