Doves took to the stage at High Lodge, Thetford Forest, on Saturday, 12 June 2010, as part of the venue's programme of outdoor summer gigs. All photos by Zoe Applegate.
The band are originally from Wilmslow, Cheshire, and are made up of brothers Jez (guitar and vocals) and Andy Williams (drums) and Jimi Goodwin (bass and vocals).
The gig clashed with England's opening game of the World Cup in South Africa against the USA. The band watched the game backstage before performing.
The band eventually took to the stage at 9.30pm after England's draw with the USA, but didn't tell the crowd the result in case they wanted to watch it when they got home.
High Lodge holds annual summer gigs in Thetford Forest. The forest gigs always prove popular with Doves and their fans, with this concert drawing in an audience of 3500.
The last time that Doves played to a Norfolk audience was at the University of East Anglia's LCR venue on 6 May 2009. They also played at the Latitude Festival, 2009.
Doves released their first album, Lost Souls, in 2000 and released a greatest hits album called The Places Between in April 2010.
Doves were the third act to take to the stage at High Lodge, Thetford Forest, this summer following gigs by Keane and Simply Red.
It was a busy couple of days for the band as they also performed at the Isle of Wight Festival on Friday, 11 June 2010.
After another successful gig the band's next stop was Rockness Festival in Scotland. Doves played at High Lodge, Thetford Forest, on Saturday 12 June 2010.
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