Music stars in Bridlington - how many did you see when they came to our town?
Bridlington welcomed some of the biggest names in music in the 1960s and 70s - but it has not done too badly in recent years either.
By The Newsroom
Wednesday, 16th January 2019, 3:32 pm
Updated Friday, 18th January 2019, 12:33 am
Kasabian at The Spa in 2013.
All of these acts have been to the town in the past 15 years - and there were plenty more gigs we were not able to take photos at - including The White Stripes and Kings of Leon. Which was the best performance?
Perhaps the biggest band of all those to have played in Bridlington since The Spa reopened. It was their final indoor gig before they split up.
Frontman Keith Flint pictured on stage in Bridlington in 2010.
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A young-looking Olly Murs pictured on the balcony at the Spa in 2010.
The reality TV star switched on Bridlington's Christmas lights in 2006.
The Welsh rockers stopped off at the Yorkshire coast during their 2017 tour.
He had already been with The White Stripes but returned as a solo act a few years later.
Remember him? He was part of the Brid Bash line-up in 2010.
Is it really 14 years since they were in Bridlington, switching on the Christmas lights, singing and meeting fans?
The Mercury Prize winners, fronted by Guy Garvey, put on a brilliant show in 2017.
The Irish band have played two sell-out gigs at The Spa in recent years.
The local boys, Harry and Jack, are often touring round Europe but have played a headline show at The Spa and at the Tidal Waves festival on the beach.
Their show with the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra was broadcast live on Radio One by Zane Lowe.
The Scottish singer-songwriter on stage in 2014.
The soul singer at The Spa in 2012
One of Britain's biggest rock groups, they arrived in Bridlington in 2013.
The folk star caught up on the latest news from Bridlington backstage before his performance at the Brid Bash.
One of Yorkshire's most popular bands made a big impression when they performed.
He found fame on Fame Academy on BBC TV and came to Bridlington a decade later.
The chart-toppers were part of the line-up at Radio 2's All Star Party in September 2018.
Who remembers the rapper's Bridlington gig? He was part of the Brid Bash in 2010.
The Beautiful South and Housemartins singer was back most recently in 2017, alongside Jacqui Abbott.
They were here in 2010 at The Spa and then returned for the Tidal Waves festival in 2017.
They had a handful of hits from their debut album Twelve Stops And Home in 2006. this is them at The Spa in 2011.
Formerly with the band Another Level, he performed as a solo artist at the Spa in 2010 and went on to appear in numerous reality TV shows.