The Wanted Get Wembley Stadium Jumping At Summertime Ball 2012
9 June 2012, 20:22
The 'Glad You Came' singers got the 80,000 fans in attendance on their feet for a string of live hits.
The Wanted brought Wembley Stadium to its feet as they performed some of their biggest singles at the Summertime Ball 2012 this evening (9th June).
Max, Siva, Nathan, Jay and Tom were clearly relishing the immense feel of the huge stadium venue as they ran around the stage with the 80,000 in attendance screaming their approval throughout.
Opening with their debut single and former Vodafone Big Top 40 chart topper 'All Time Low', the five-piece band rose from up to the centre of the Wembley Stadium stage from a rising platform below.
"We've been in America and nothing compares to coming back to England and playing Wembley Stadium," the band announced to the energetic crowd in attendance.
The five piece band then led into their 2011 hit single 'Lightning', which appears on their second album 'Battleground', before performing last year's charity single 'Gold Forever', while all of their fans mimed along to every word.
Tom Parker then introduced the band's most recent single 'Chasing The Sun', which appears on their debut US EP 'The Wanted', and got all of the fans up on their feet to dance along to the Vodafone Big Top 40 chart hit.
The Wanted then rounded out their Summertime Ball set with a performance of their Big Top 40 number one hit 'Glad You Came', which introduced the band to America earlier this year when it peaked at number three on the US Billboard Hot 100.
"I hope you enjoy this one," Jay McGuiness told the Wembley audience. "Just dance to it and have fun, it's called 'Glad You Came'.
The Capital FM Summertime Ball 2012 is still to see highly anticipated live performances from the likes of Jessie J, Ed Sheeran, Justin Bieber and Katy Perry.
Check out The Wanted's full setlist from the Summertime Ball 2012 below:
'All Time Low'
'Chasing The Sun'
'Glad You Came'
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