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It's been a musical extravaganza in Sunderland these past two weeks with Bon Jovi and Rhianna performing. The Stadium of Light topped it off on 22nd June with North East Live. If you missed the eleven act concert... don't worry! Organisers say they're going to do it all again next year!
See Rachel Sweeney's full report here:
The 35,000 strong crowd screamed the lyrics to Brokenhearted when Lawson performed the new track at North East Live. Backstage they told ITV News Tyne Tees about travelling the world and how they'll be back in the region soon.
They are working on a new album and they entered the top ten with their single Carry You. Union J have had a massive year so far, and they have been speaking about it backstage at North East Live.
The Vamps played North East Live on 22nd June, it was their biggest ever show. ITV News Tyne Tees caught up with them backstage.
Conor Maynard played to 35,000 people at the Stadium of Light. It's only his second stadium gig. The 'Vegas Girl' singer said he gets a massive buzz from stepping onto the stage.
James Arthur was one of 11 acts to perform at North East Live in Sunderland. The X Factor winner spoke exclusively to ITV News Tyne Tees backstage.
35,000 music fans travelled to Sunderland's Stadium of Light to watch some of the UK's biggest artists.
James Arthur, JLS and The Wanted took to the stage for North East Live on Saturday, 22 June.