Swindon Town hosted its first concerts in more than a decade over the bank holiday weekend - and there is set to be a repeat next year.

Over 5,000 were in attendance at the County Ground across the two days.

On Saturday (May 25) locals enjoyed DJ Chris Moyles' 90s Hangover - a day full of 90s music acts and footballing anthems - and on Sunday (May 26) a number of tribute acts brought some of music's top stars to life. 

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Roughly 3,000 people attended to see Moyles, Basshunter, 5ive and the Lightning Seeds.

Two of the billed acts were forced to pull out because of illness, with Dario G announcing his absence a few days prior, and Atomic Kitten being forced to pull out at the last minute due to an unexpected illness on the day of the concert itself. 

The following day a slightly smaller crowd of around 1,500 to 2,000 attended the family-friendly Could Be Real Tribute Festival.

Despite some rain, spirits were high as acts like Coldplay It Again, Attic Monkeys, Natalie Black performing as Adele, and Lauren G as Taylor Swift took to the stage

Commercial manager James Watts said he intended for the 90s Hangover and Could Be Real Festival to be the start of a five-year plan for the stadium to become a regular venue for events and live music. He has reiterated afterwards that this is still the ultimate aim. 

The last concert to be held at the County Ground before last weekend was in 2013, and is known for being a disaster thanks to a problematic power cut which left fans in the dark about what was happening with many of them leaving early.

Music fans had to wait over an hour for an update, which ultimately led to one of the acts, boyband Blue, performing to the crowd via megaphones.