Posted by Sandra on August 31 2013

The Open Air Theatre was packed as McFly thrilled their fans for the last concert of its season.

Everyone joined in as McFly performed their biggest hits from the album Memory Lane.

Tom, Danny, Dougie and Harry charmed the audience and received a standing ovation – throughout the whole night thanks to their outstanding show.

The ecstatic atmosphere increased as they performed songs including Obviously, Star girl, All About You and Queen’s Don’t Stop Me Now.

My favourite was Five Colours which everyone sang along to. The lighting added to the intensity of the performance.

One fan, Chloe Bedford, of Stepney, Scarborough, 16, said: “It was amazing.

“The best band to visit Scarborough so far, I think.”

The support acts consisted of Scarborough’s Connor Lawlor, Alan Lewis, and The Vamps. They got everyone in the mood for a good night.

McFly interacted really well with the audience and got everyone involved in their songs.

Many people gathered in front of the seats to get a better view of McFly and sang along.

Some of the crowd got one step closer to the band as the walkway was moved forward to the front platform.

Luckily, the rain clouds held off but the band did refer to the biting midges and seagull mess on the stage!

Overall the night was a huge success for McFly … and left us all wanting more. Get them to come back again!

The band was created in 2003 by Tom Fletcher after leaving the former band Busted.

This year, they celebrated their 10th anniversary in which they have sold more than 10 million records Worldwide.

McFly were the youngest band ever to have an album debut at number one – a title taken from the Beatles.


Posted by Sandra on August 11 2011

We’re hoping to find out who is the best live musician with our latest poll.

We all have our favourite musicians, but being a good singer and being a great entertainer don’t always go hand in hand.

We’ve all been to see those artists who put on one hell of a show, the kind you never forget – we want to know who that was for you.

With your help, we’ve created a shortlist of the best live performers out there. All you have to do is vote for your favourite.

Up for the title, we have Adam Lambert, Katy Perry, McFly, Pink, Olly Murs, Ke$ha and Take That.

Click through the pages to check out a few clips of our nominees in action and then use our poll to vote for your favourite.

You can vote for McFLY here


Posted by Micky on July 12 2011

Wanna win tickets to see McFLY? Read the following:

Summer Sundae Weekender celebrates its 11th year with their most exciting lineup to date and we are offering you the chance to win a pair of tickets to the event.

Taking place from August 12-14 at the De Montfort Hall and Gardens in Leicester, The Maccabees and Graham Coxon will lead the way on the Friday with Brit Award-nominated Newton Faulkner playing on Saturday night and bringing proceedings to a close on Sunday are heartthrobs McFLy alongside chart topping rapper Example.

And that is only the tip of the iceberg. Summer Sundae will also be showcasing the best from the emergent new folk-rock scene (Beth Jeans Houghton, Teddy Thompson, Benjamin Francis Leftwich, Skinny Lister, ) Indie (Warpaint, Givers, Little Comets, Antlers, Everything Everything, Young Knives,) Psycadelic Rock (Reef, The Bees) Rock n’ Roll (Kitty, Daisy and Lewis,) Ska and Reggae (Toots and the Maytals) Electronica (The Cuban Brothers, ) Live Outfits (Bellowhead, Dizraeli and the Small Gods) hot tips (2:54, Dry the River, Factory Floor, ) and legends (C.W Stongking, King Cresote and Jon Hopkins, Wilko Johnson.)

The splendidly boutique festival incorporates far more than just the finest of line-ups; this year festival goers will transported back in time as the spirit of the Victorian age comes to the luscious environs of Leicester’s De Montford Hall. Over the course of the festival, Watch as the Main Stage becomes a master of disguise evolving through the seasons of a Victorian Park from frost bitten winter to golden summer. The Victorian theme will offer guests numerous delights including a curiosity corner, a traditional Victorian bandstand and a Top Hat extravaganza – all in all this year’s festival should prove to be unmissable and you don’t have to miss out!
All you have to do to stand a chance of winning a pair of tickets is answer this question:
How many years has Summer Sundae Weekender been going?
A) 8
B) 11
C) 15


Posted by Sandra on June 22 2011

The guys are going to perform tonight at the Coca Cola music Festival in Madrid and if you’re a member of the super city you would be to see the concert live from there. If you’re not a Super City member don’t worry you can see the concert live too at the Coca Cola website.
McFly’s performance is scheduled to start at 20:30 Madrid Local time. / 19:30 UK time.

Super City link Here
Coca Cola link Here


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