Review by Alexandra Asquith
The Open Air Theatre was packed as McFly thrilled their fans for the last concert of its season.
Everyone joined in as McFly performed their biggest hits from the album Memory Lane.
Tom, Danny, Dougie and Harry charmed the audience and received a standing ovation - throughout the whole night thanks to their outstanding show.
The ecstatic atmosphere increased as they performed songs including Obviously, Star girl, All About You and Queen’s Don’t Stop Me Now.
My favourite was Five Colours which everyone sang along to. The lighting added to the intensity of the performance.
One fan, Chloe Bedford, of Stepney, Scarborough, 16, said: “It was amazing.
“The best band to visit Scarborough so far, I think.”
The support acts consisted of Scarborough’s Connor Lawlor, Alan Lewis, and The Vamps. They got everyone in the mood for a good night.
McFly interacted really well with the audience and got everyone involved in their songs.
Many people gathered in front of the seats to get a better view of McFly and sang along.
Some of the crowd got one step closer to the band as the walkway was moved forward to the front platform.
Luckily, the rain clouds held off but the band did refer to the biting midges and seagull mess on the stage!
Overall the night was a huge success for McFly ... and left us all wanting more. Get them to come back again!
The band was created in 2003 by Tom Fletcher after leaving the former band Busted.
This year, they celebrated their 10th anniversary in which they have sold more than 10 million records Worldwide.
McFly were the youngest band ever to have an album debut at number one - a title taken from the Beatles.