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She gets back on the acoustic and encores with Shepherd to end the show with some more gorgeous harmonisation.
She takes time in the pit to flirt, smile and play touchies with the mosh kids but seems to be more concentrated in looking cute and letting her fans adore her than actually showing some genuine appreciation.
Headliner 360 comes out all denimed-up with smoke machines blasting and the strobes turned up. He hits the Falling & Flying tracks (the last time we’ll all hear, he claims, as he welcomes Utopia) with his casual ease and then continues with the dance party...
"They are billed as the headliners and for good reason, because they sure as hell do give us a headline-worthy performance."
As each band member gets some time to show off their style the brass trio clearly gets the biggest cheer of the night. They encore with The Raft, which has everyone singing along in delight.
DJ J-Red fills the gaps again before tonight’ champ, Wil K The Baddest is announced winner, followed closely by DJ Keen, then Nikk-C
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They return swiftly for an expected encore and continue their relatable positivity with an all acoustic singalong to Down This Road and Addicted, leaving each fan truly satisfied.
A$AP Rocky leaves his mic and lets the DJ take over as he dives straight into the crowd and continues to party there for the rest of the show.
Stuart Kora then returns solo to start a simple and familiar skank of the Burning intro, before they all individually come out slowly adding in their elements as everyone starts swaying and singing along to “another one we haven’t done in a long time”.