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In pictures: The tsunami aid gig
Welsh singer Katherine Jenkins opened the concert.
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Welsh singer Katherine Jenkins opened the concert.
The crowd held up torches during songs to mark the victims of the tsunami.
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The crowd held up torches during songs to mark the victims of the tsunami.
Keane
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Keane performed a selection of their biggest hits from their debut album.
Charlotte Church signed her autograph on a poster at the Millennium Stadium concert.
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Charlotte Church signed her autograph on a poster at the Millennium Stadium concert.
Lemar
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Lemar, who made his name in the BBC's Fame Academy, performed a selection of hit songs.
R&B star Craig David went down well with the crowds at the stadium.
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R&B star Craig David went down well with the crowds at the stadium.
Snow Patrol
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The 61,000 crowd really started to warm up when Snow Patrol performed.
Goldie Lookin' Chain
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Goldie Lookin' Chain, from Newport, proved a massive hit with the Cardiff crowd.
Heather Small and band on stage
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Small on stage - the big screens giving fans a sight of the acts, including singer Heather Small and band.
Brian McFadden, who has only recently launched a solo career, came on after Aled Jones
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Brian McFadden, who has only recently launched a solo career, came on after Aled Jones
Kelly Jones of Stereophonics
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Stereophonics' frontman Kelly Jones flew in from France for a solo spot.
Embrace
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Rockers Embrace received a great ovation from the sell-out crowd.
James Dean Bradfield of the Manic Street Preacers
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James Dean Bradfield told the crowd 'We all know why we're here'.
Crowd at the Millennium Stadium for the Tsunami Relief Concert
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The crowd, and the line-up, had a strong Welsh flavour.
Fan at the Millennium Stadium gig
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Fans really entered into the whole spirit of the evening.
Feeder
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Feeder, from south Wales, continued the Welsh theme of the night.
Pop band Liberty X followed Feeder with a selection of their hits
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Pop band Liberty X followed Feeder with a selection of their hits
Midge Ure and Edith Bowman
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Live Aid co-creator Midge Ure was a surprise guest at the gig.
Lulu's rendition of Shout got the audience singing as the 1m target was reached
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Lulu's rendition of Shout got the audience singing as the 1m target was reached
Jools Holland and Eric Clapton finished the show with Shake, Rattle and Roll
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Jools Holland and Eric Clapton finished the show with Shake, Rattle and Roll
The final total raised by the night was flashed up on the big screens
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The final total raised by the night was flashed up on the big screens
A tired but happy Paul Sergeant, who organised the event, at the end of the night
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A tired but happy Paul Sergeant, who organised the event, at the end of the night




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