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Mr. Billy Ocean

Posted by
Curly (South Shields, United Kingdom) on 7 August 2015 in People & Portrait and Portfolio.

Billy Ocean singing as the headline act at a free concert in the Bents Park, South Shields. It was another huge day out as part of the South Tyneside Summer Festival. First time I'd ever known people turned away as the gates were closed on 25000 revellers, the rest had to experience what they could from the outside!

Take a look at this drone footage to get an idea of how popular these concerts are.

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michael miller from gateshead, United Kingdom

Did you go down Ocean road to get that photo?

7 Aug 2015 7:03am

@michael miller: Squeezed in very tightly near the front of stage at the Bents Park Michael. Getting in there was a problem, getting out was even worse!

Devi from Chennai, India

He seems as if he is really enjoying singing to that big crowd!!!!!

7 Aug 2015 10:28am

Paleblue Photography from St. Catharines, Canada

Perfectly captured facial expression and tones.

7 Aug 2015 3:33pm

L'Angevine from Angers, France


8 Aug 2015 3:42pm

1/500 second
ISO 400
450 mm (35mm equiv.)