More than 3,500 fans descended on Wolverhampton Racecourse for an outdoor concert by pop band Scouting For Girls.
The chart toppers took to the stage following a night of racing at Dunstall Park and treated the crowd to a host of numbers from their new greatest hits album as well as some early songs.
There were also three surprise cover versions including a ‘dodgy’ Daft Punk hit.
Racecourse bosses said last night’s concert had led to the biggest crowd of the year for the venue.
It came only five days since Scouting For Girls performed in the area – opening the V Festival at nearby Weston Park on Saturday.
Afterwards, the band said they had enjoyed their trip to the city.
Lead singer Roy Stride said: “The fans in Wolverhampton are fantastic.
“We have played at the Civic Centre a couple of times and it is always a good show.
“When we perform in the city the gigs are always really memorable.”
The band has sold more than two million records since it was formed by Stride and his childhood friends Peter Ellard and Greg Churchouse in 2005.
But the trio said they still get nervous before a show no matter how many people they are performing to.
Bassist Greg Churchhouse added: “We still get anxious before we go on stage, whether it is at V Festival where there are 60,000 fans or in front of a few thousand fans.
“We always enjoy ourselves however, and we are looking forward to coming back to the Midlands when we perform at Birmingham’s O2 Academy in November.”
The band’s name is a play on words of the 1908 Scouts handbook Scouting for Boys