30,000 people were in Wrexham for the two Kings of Leon gigs over the weekend, according to police. 

The American rock band headlined two shows at the Racecourse on Saturday (May 27) and Sunday (May 28) on an amazing weekend in the town. 

Thousands descended on the oldest international stadium in the world to get a glimpse of Kings of Leon, who were supported by Far From Saints and Declan Swans. 

The impact from visitors out of town was also praised, with the gigs bringing a well-received boost to the hospitality industry and the local economy. 

During his police update reviewing the bank holiday weekend, Inspector Rob Stevenson revealed that there were 30,000 in Wrexham over both nights. 

There was no mention of any gig-related incidents in Insp Stevenson's report.