People in south Wales will be hoping Lionel Richie can get the locals dancing on the ceiling after the disappointment of missing out on a Lewis Capaldi performance.
Capaldi canceled his tour to concentrate on his mental health and missed his scheduled performance in Chepstow on Saturday.
However, Richie will still help Chepstow Racecourse have a successful weekend along with Sugababes and George Ezra.
It was "a major opportunity" for the town's economy, according to Joe Robinson of the promoters Cuffe and Taylor.
While George Ezra will perform on Sunday, Richie will take the stage on Friday night with assistance from Sugababes, Gabrielle, and Kevin Davy White.
Despite the fact that Capaldi, 26, was scheduled to perform at the racetrack on Saturday, the musician said after his Glastonbury set last weekend that it was "obvious" he needed to spend "much more time getting my mental and physical health in order.".
As the audience carried him through songs when he struggled with his voice during his Glastonbury performance, Capaldi was visibly emotional.
It was a "shame" that the Capaldi concert scheduled for Saturday had been cancelled, according to Mark Duthie of The George pub in Chepstow, who expected to be busy.
According to him, large events draw a lot of people to the area, and many of them stop for a drink or a bite to eat before concerts. As a result, businesses were preparing for thousands more walk-in customers over the course of the weekend.
Because it will be quieter than we anticipated, it will have an impact financially. "Saturday was the one that everyone was talking about," he said.
Before Sunday's George Ezra performance, people are anticipated to set up camp around the racetrack this weekend.
Transport for Wales warned that train service would likely be busy and suggested that passengers check before departing.
A reminder that busy roads are expected has also been issued by the organizers to ticket holders.
We employ hundreds of people at the site, in the bars, on the merchandise, and in the food service, according to Mr. Robinson.
The opportunity for many young people to participate at a festival site that they may have never worked out before is provided by the fact that we frequently rely heavily on locals from the neighborhood.
"When you bring a large festival to a town, the financial impact is significant. Many people make weekend getaways out of staying in hotels, taking taxis, using the bus and train networks, dining at local establishments, and traveling to places as picturesque as Chepstow.