The eighth Mouth of the Tyne Festival in Tynemouth ran from Friday the 13th Of July and featured 3 days of live music and events.
Just some of the events on offer included
Two of Britain’s biggest pop bands, McFly & The Wanted played special outdoor evening shows in the stunning setting of Tynemouth Priory and Castle, on Friday and Saturday. (not a free event but the sounds could be heard outside of the priory)
Free music and events all along Front Street in Tynemouth took place on Saturday & Sunday from lunchtime onwards including performances from the likes of Dodgy Clutch, Dora Frankel Dance, Juicy Lucy, Company Decalage, Reckless Invention, Lee Hayes, Jardu, Dino Lampa, Jones & Barnard as well as events at Tynemouth Station from 10.30 am including performances from the North Tyneside Steel Band, Amanda Nicole School of Dance. Dora Frankel Dance, Bad Taste Cru, Company Decalage, Churchill College, North Tyneside Choir, Panomenal Steel Band
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Eighties synth-pop band Heaven 17 headlined an afternoon concert at Tynemouth Priory and Castle on Sunday from 12 noon along with performances from The South (formerly The Beautiful South), North East band The Caffreys, soul band Yes Sir Boss and local band Rossi Noise (not a free event but the sounds could be heard outside of the priory).
Find out more about the events covered over the full 4 days on the official North Tyneside Council website