The bank holiday weekend saw the first edition of the BBC's Biggest Weekend, bringing some of music's most famous stars to Belfast, Perth, Swansea and Coventry.
Here are ten things you did (and probably didn't) see from the weekend.
Taylor Swift's set may have been short, but my word did she slay it
Noel Gallagher had a cheeky dig at Perth's Scone Palace
So just how big is Noel Gallagher's pad?? Bigger than @SconePalace it seems! 😂 The rock star took a friendly poke on a visit to the historic Perthshire visitor attraction for BBC's The Biggest Weekend, writing in their visitor book "A Palace? My gaff's bigger than this." 🏰🤔 pic.twitter.com/0K3AqJjFPO— VisitScotland News (@VisitScotNews) May 28, 2018
Craig David brought out the hits
Rita Ora paid tribute to Avicii
"Thank you for singing that with me. It's always hard for me to sing that, so thank you so much for singing along." 💔@RitaOra's tribute to the late @Avicii at #BiggestWeekend pic.twitter.com/95jlAsT39W— BBC Music (@bbcmusic) May 27, 2018
Underworld played their first ever gig in Belfast
The rain didn't dampen spirits in Coventry
The scissors were back for Noel G's set
Ed Sheeran warmed up Swansea with a solo set
And Niall and Shawn showed the world their bromance
When @NiallOfficial met @ShawnMendes 💕— BBC Radio 1 (@BBCR1) May 27, 2018
Isn't this just the cutest bromance, ever?
And COULD there be a collaboration in the future?
Watch all the #BiggestWeekend performances on the @BBCiPlayer pic.twitter.com/rX6eF8AXwq
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