Support acts: preferred Symmetry (US) to New City Kings (UK): the former were tight / punchy Pop-Rock with a dash of Emo-Lite, whereas the latter tended towards the worthy / slightly leaden, sounding (in places) like a bunch of things I don't much like -- one song came off as a curious blend of JoBoxers and mid-period Springsteen; other tracks sounded like 3rd / 4th-album Clash without the stadium polemics, and also, erm, vague Weller-Jam-isms. Bless 'em, they tried, but not for me. Symmetry won by a knockout.
McBusted were Mcfucking ACE.
Played on a giant arcade-game stage, referenced the HELL out of the Eighties and played their bloody hearts out. They were loose and louche and lots of fun and went off-script constantly. Just a bunch of mates messing about most of the time that would suddenly remember they were 'sposed to be choreographed. Shocked at how many songs of theirs I knew from their original outings a decade or so ago - and at how good they were - but the McBusted newies are even better-er.