- By Bill Upton & Andrew Dawkins
- BBC News
70,000 tickets were sold for Coventry’s Godiva music festival this year
Other highlights on Sunday include sets by dance group Odyssey and DJ Trevor Nelson’s Soul Nation.
More than 100 acts took part in the three-day event at War Memorial Park.
More than 30,000 people attended on Saturday, City Council said, topping the Rudimental bill.
On the same day, Ella Eyre, The Selector and Two-Tone Orchestra were among the acts.
Enemies from This Town performed Friday 15 years after the release of their number one album We Will Live and Die in These Towns.
Asked if she could expect to perform more sold-out shows like this one, Mel C said: „That’s always my wish.
„It’s hard to be successful in music, it’s hard to stay in music, so I’m very grateful.”
The former Spice Girl told BBC CWR that „it’s for you too, you’ve got to keep it interesting” when doing such shows.
He added: „I’m lucky to be dead because I love music, I love different genres of music.
„So I feel like I’m always moving and changing, and I’ve been loving it until now.”
Mel C said Spice Girls’ material and solo work „gives us a lot of choice and a lot of options”.
He added: „We want everyone to be really happy and go home smiling.”
Hear more about the festival from BBC CWR on BBC Sounds:
„Totalny pionier w sieci. Specjalista od piwa niezależny. Ewangelista popkultury. Miłośnik muzyki. Nieprzepraszający przedsiębiorca”.