Hundreds of people enjoyed traditional Yorkshire music in Huddersfield.
The club have been arranging such concerts for more than 20 years as part of their service to the community ethos.
Club spokesman Bob Armitage said: “Lions clubs have to do something for the community each June and this is our offering.
“We used to organise a day trip for elderly people but that got too difficult to arrange so we started putting on the concerts and they have proved very popular.
“We pay to hire the Town Hall and the bands and choirs who appear waive some of their fees, in return for a donation.
“It was another great concern and now we’re looking ahead to 2016 when the Lions club is celebrating its 60th anniversary.
“I hope we can do something really special with the concert”.
The concert featured stunning works from both Honley Male Voice Choir, with musical director Steve Roberts and accompanist Jason Hawkins, and Beverley Male Voice Choir under the direction of Elizabeth Wilson. Their programme included a variety ranging from Jerusalem and Pomp and Circumstance to Bridge Over Troubled Water and Black Magic Woman..
They were joined on stage by LB Brass, billed as Yorkshire’s Small Brass Band.
LB Brass ensemble’s huge repertoire ranges from classical to swing, Mendelssohn to Madness. The Yorkshire-based band has been together for more than 20 years.
They were conducted by musical director Garry Hallas.