The Vamps are a four piece band who have been supporting McFly on their current UK tour.
Described as the 'newest boy band on the block', they've quickly built up a sizeable following.
The UK indie pop band are signed to Mercury Records and the line-up consists of Lead vocalist and guitarist Bradley Will-Simpson, guitarist and vocalist James McVey, bassist and vocalist Connor Ball and drummer and vocalist Tristan Evans.
The Struts are a British rock and roll band from Derby, who have been signed by Gary Barlow to his record label.
They've been described as reminiscent of The Rolling Stones or The Libertines and have declared that they want to get guitar music back on the radio and to the top of the charts.
Ronan Keating will also be supported on Friday evening by two acts.
James Walsh is an English singer, songwriter, guitarist, pianist and frontman of the band, Starsailor. His Starsailor and solo work have sold over three million albums worldwide.
He has recorded a solo album with Suzanne Vega and supported Simple Minds on their Greatest Hits Forest Tour.
Also appearing on stage will be Sadie and the Hotheads who are fronted by Downton Abbey actress, Elizabeth McGovern.
The band were born in 2007 when Elizabeth McGovern took guitar lessons from Steve Nelson. Steve encouraged Elizabeth to begin to write her own songs.
After a collection had been composed Steve introduced Elizabeth to Simon Nelson who started recording the songs and put together a band of musicians to support the project.
Tickets are still available for both evenings - McFly tickets from just £25 and Ronan Keating from just £30.
Click HERE for more information to be able to purchase online.
Alternatively, the Ticket Office at Kingsholm is open this week as follows:
Tuesday, 9:00am - 6:30pm
Wednesday, 9:00am - 6:30pm
Thursday, 9:00am - until McFly on take the stage (approximately 8:30pm)
Friday, 9:00am - until Ronan Keating take the stage (8:30pm)