BBC Biggest Weekend: Main event comes to an end

The two-day event has come to an end at BBC’s Biggest Weekend in Perth.
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The two-day event has come to an end at BBC’s Biggest Weekend in Perth.

Amy MacDonald and The Shires managed to make the crowd roar as the sun descended on Scone Palace with top temperatures of 22C in Perth.

Amy MacDonald \ BBC

The Shires \ BBC

Emeli Sandé also made an appearance, the Scottish artist raised from Aberdeen rocked the stage and Hollie Irvine also had the pleasure of interviewing backstage.

Emeli Sandé \ BBC

Simply Minds also managed to get the crowd dancing, they formed in Glasgow in 1977 and became the most commercially successful Scottish band of the 1980s and are still busy working away across the globe.

Simple Minds \ BBC
Callum Beattie \ BBC
Vistas \ BBC

Scottish artists were also booked for stage 2, pictured artist Callum Beattie and the band Vistas.

Cullum Beattie dropped a new exclusive track during his set which you can catch on the iPlayer’s website now.

Rae Morris finished off stage 2 with some funky beats and some of her best tracks, the crowd certainly packed up as the main stage crowd had to wait for an hour until Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds started their set.

Rae Morris \ BBC

Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds was the main headliner for the event, with a powerful set on the main stage.


We caught up with the artists throughout the weekend so please pay us another visit next week as podcasts will be available to listen directly on our website.

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