Chart-toppers Scouting for Girls and Diana Vickers performed at Thetford Forest on Thursday, 8 July 2010. Photos by Zoe Applegate.
Extra tickets had to be put on sale for the gig, with 6,400 gig-goers turning out on a balmy summer's evening to enjoy live music in the depths of one of the UK's biggest forests.
The boys said the concert was their biggest headline gig to date and they were delighted to play to so many enthusiastic fans.
The London-based three-piece were the final band to be added to Thetford Forest's line-up - with Keane, The Saturdays and Doves also playing the High Lodge venue on the Norfolk-Suffolk border.
Scouting for Girls celebrated their first UK number one in the singles chart earlier this year, knocking Lady Gaga off the top spot with This Ain't a Love Song.
Scouting for Girls - made up of Roy Strike, Greg Churchouse and Peter Ellard - got together in 2005 and signed to Epic Records two years later.
The band debuted an exclusive new song to the Thetford Forest crowd, saying they wanted to give gig-goers a special moment in appreciation for such a great turnout.
The band relished the chance to share news with the crowd that a remix of their latest record Famous had hit the number one spot in the dance charts.
Scouting for Girls have released two albums of radio-friendly hits, which filled their 90-minute set at Thetford Forest.
A front row made up of mostly girls lined the barriers in anticipation of their pin-ups Scouting for Girls striding out onto the outdoor stage.
Diana Vickers filled the Scouting for Girls' support slot with an energetic and breathy performance, backed by her three-piece band.
The Lancashire-born singer has recently celebrated her debut single and album reaching the number one spot in the charts.
The 18-year-old has embarked on a pop career after picking up a top award for her stint on the West End stage after coming to the nation's attention in X Factor 2008.
Diana Vickers made it through to the semi-finals in the TV talent show, where much was made of her distinctive 'claw' gestures.
Diana Vickers rounded off an impressive set with her number one hit Once, which she also recently performed at a headline gig at Norwich's Waterfront.