Hundreds gathered amidst a beautiful sunset last night Monday 17 June to watch legendary pop rock band Crowded House. 

The series of concerts at Wasing Estate for On The Mount commenced with the group's performance and many from across the county and beyond joined for a magical evening of music.

The band played all their best hits which included 'Weather With You,' 'Fall At Your Feet,' 'Something So Strong,' 'Better Be Home Soon,' and of course 'Don't Dream It's Over.'

Those who joined the legendary musical group were mainly made up of families with teenage children and couples. 

On The Mount last night made possibly the most romantic setting I have seen in some time with a beautiful setting sun that went from a warm orange to a deep red over the course of the performance. 

Spectators dotted themselves around the natural amphitheatre and many brought picnic blankets to sit on. 

A particularly poignant moment was when the previously rather subdued crowd burst into cheers during the iconic first few bars of 'Weather With You.' 

The continuously energetic Neil Finn graced the stage with his beautiful, and might I add ageless, voice and cracked lots of jokes with crowd members.

At several points the New Zealander commended a man in the audience for singing along extra loudly and upon noticing that he was there with his son mimicked the boy saying "Urgh dad you're so embarrassing," which resulted in laughter from spectators. 

For those who will be joining Wasing again this evening for Paolo Nutini, I'll see you there!