Rag n Bone Man has one word to describe Newcastle after In the Park festival set

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Rag n Bone Man -Credit:james delanoy pr

Rag n Bone Man had one word to describe his Newcastle audience on Sunday night having headlined the final night of the In the Park festival. And that word was LOUD.

The singer, who has given us hits like Human, Skin and epic Calvin Harris collaboration Giant, was the main attraction in Leazes Park, after Tom Grennan kicked things off on Friday night, before Lost Minds drew a crowd on Saturday. And the rather damp conditions didn't put off a sizeable turnout from taking advantage of an extra day off work for the Bank Holiday, as they headed to enjoy Rag n Bone Man and support sets from acts including the North East's own rising star Finn Forster and Geordie musician Liam Fender.

Rag n Bone Man, real name Rory Graham, posted a series of shots from his set on Instagram as the 39-year-old thanked fans for coming along and, sharing more on his grid, he wrote: "Newcastle, you were LOUD. What a start to the summer"

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Fans were quick to respond to the post, taking to the comments section to share their reactions. One wrote: "Absolutely loved it. When you hear that voice" as they added flame emojis to illustrate their point. Another shared their frustrations and not being able to get to the show, as they commented: "Thanks to the bloody train disruption we missed the opportunity to watch you Here's to next time"

Rag n Bone's In the Park appearance also became a talking point on X (Twitter) with one user on the social media platform left wishing they'd got tickets, having hard the soundcheck and declared that he "sounded awesome."