Posted by Sandra on July 25 2012

I added to the gallery some more pics of Dougie from the Mouth of the Tyne Festival. All the credit for the pics goes to AmyLouise89

[x12]Live Performances > 2012 > Mouth Of Tyne Festival – July 13

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Posted by Sandra on July 20 2012

I added to the gallery some new pics of Dougie and the rest of the guys backstage at the Mouth of the Tyne festival.

[x7]Events And Appearances > 2012 > Backstage At The Mouth Of The Tyne Festival – July 13

Posted by Sandra on July 17 2012

I added to the gallery some pics of Dougie from the Mouth of the Tyne Festival.

[x11]Live Performances > 2012 > Mouth of Tyne Festival – July 13

THE McFly boys brought down the house at Tynemouth Priory on Friday night to start the weekend long Mouth of the Tyne Festival.

Thousands of fans visited the historic castle and priory to see the band perform after support act The Struts.


Posted by Sandra on July 8 2012

Well according to the source they interviewed Dougie but they posted a pic of Danny.lool

The Mouth of the Tyne Festival returns next week. With performances from the likes of The Wanted, McFly, The South and Heaven 17, there’s something for everyone – and lots more besides. Entertainment Editor Gordon Barr catches up with McFly and has a round-up of all that’s happening in the four-day event.

IT doesn’t take much to get McFly fans screaming for their idols.

But Dougie Poynter has vowed to the Chronicle he has a special plan to make next week’s Mouth of the Tyne gig even more memorable than usual.

“If you come along to the show I guarantee Danny will be naked!” he tells me.

I don’t think he has actually told bandmate Danny that is the case – so fans shouldn’t hold their breath”

But, it’s rock ’n’ roll so you never know!”

Whether or not the chart-toppers do strip off to any degree will depend on the weather, which in past years hasn’t been too kind, although it hasn’t stopped thousands of music lovers enjoying themselves at Tynemouth Priory..

“It sounds amazing. I was speaking to some mates from up there and they were describing it and it sounds really cool,” says former Celebrity King of the Jungle Dougie.

“It better be as good as everyone’s bigging it up to be. Hopefully we’re getting all of the rain out of the way now.

“Since our tour in the spring we’ve been playing about three or four new songs depending how we feel it is going to go down on the day.

“We’ll definitely be playing a couple of new songs and mixing it up with some of the old songs to make it interesting.

“In England you spend so much time indoors that whenever it is ever slightly warm you just want to be outside anyway.”

Dougie, who spent time in rehab following his split with Frankie from The Saturdays, says the band as a whole are in a good place at the moment.

“We don’t have many regrets. You need to learn from your mistakes and life in general.

“We’re all at a really awesome stage in our lives. There’s an amazing sense of humbleness and peace within the McFly camp. We are just doing things how we want to now. We’re not letting outside opinions control us or push us in a certain direction to do certain things.
…keep reading.

Posted by Sandra on February 8 2012

MCFLY and The Wanted are to headline this year’s Mouth of the Tyne Festival, it was announced today.

The chart-topping bands will play in the grounds of Tynemouth Priory and Castle on July 13 and 14 respectively.

They follow in the footsteps of the likes of Scouting For Girls, Alexandra Burke, The Script, James Morrison and Beverley Knight, who have all performed at the festival in the past.

The multi award-winning McFly, boasting current King of the Jungle Dougie Poynter and Strictly champ Harry Judd, return to the North East after their Up Close and Personal UK tour, which is at the O2 Academy Newcastle in April.

Dougie, Harry, Danny and Tom will select their favourite hits from over 15 Top Ten singles and five Top 20 albums at their show on Friday July 13.

Harry is currently wowing the crowds on the Strictly Come Dancing Live Tour at the Metro Radio Arena in Newcastle.
One of Britain’s biggest pop bands, The Wanted, have had four Top 5 singles including two number ones.

They will return to Tyneside, following the gig at the Metro Radio Arena later this month.

Jay, Max, Nathan, Siva and Tom have been viewed 30 million times on YouTube and sold over 400,000 copies of their debut album.

They will play the Mouth of the Tyne on Saturday, July 14.

Tickets on sale from tomorrow.


Posted by Sandra on February 8 2012

The boys are going to be busy this summer.

TWO of Britain’s biggest pop acts have lined up to take place in a concert at one of the most picturesque venues.

McFly and The Wanted will play at this year’s Mouth of the Tyne Festival, set against the backdrop of Tynemouth Priory and Castle.

McFly will take to the stage on Friday, July 13, and The Wanted will perform on Saturday, July 14.

Tickets, costing £25 each plus booking fee, go on sale from 8am on Thursday, February 9, at or by calling 0844 847 2335.

McFly will head back to the north east following a tour last year with King of the Jungle Dougie Poynter and Strictly Come Dancing champion Harry Judd as well as other band members Tom Fletcher and Danny Jones.

The Wanted – Jay, Max, Nathan, Siva and Tom – are one of Britain’s biggest pop bands with four Top Five singles, including two Number Ones.

Previous acts who have performed at the festival include Beverley Knight, Alexandra Burke, The Script, James Morrison and Scouting for Girls.

Coun Glynis Barrie, cabinet member for leisure, culture, tourism and safer communities, said: “I’m delighted that once again we can announce a programme of well-known and popular acts for this year’s Mouth of the Tyne Festival.

“Our team has a strong track record of hosting great shows at Tynemouth Priory which is putting us in an excellent position when attracting performers.

“The festival grows year on year, attracting more visitors and boosting business for our area.

“I hope people will again come along and enjoy this year’s concerts and, of course, the fantastic free programme of street entertainment.”

The festival will take place over three days – from July 13 to July 15 – with street entertainment being lined up for both the Saturday and Sunday.

It is being supported this year by TyneMet College and Port of Tyne.

Jon Vincent, principal at TyneMet, said: “TyneMet College is delighted to be sponsoring the Festival for the third year in a row.

“The continued success of this event has established the festival as an important date in our community calendar, attracting thousands of people and offering something for all of the family to enjoy.”

Andrew Moffat, Port of Tyne chief executive, said: “Sponsoring the Mouth of the Tyne Festival, one of the region’s biggest events, is just one of the ways that the Port of Tyne can help local businesses and communities in our area.

“The festival has a national profile and attracts visitors from far afield, all of which supports the local economy.”



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