THOUSANDS of people enjoyed a fun-filled weekend at Lark in the Park.
But the annual event, held at Greenhead Park, Huddersfield, nearly had to be cancelled because of the torrential downpours last Thursday and Friday.
The crew was struggling to build the stage in time and the park was flooded - but after lots of hard work the party went ahead.
And the annual spectacular was a huge success, with a mixture of live music, events and the funfair. But, most importantly, the weather was glorious.
On both days the Pulse Road Show got things off to a rocking start.
On Saturday, presenters from the station held a karaoke competition to get the crowds in the mood, with the oldies like Elvis proving to be the favourites.
Once the Pulse had left the stage the bands started, with a mix of music ranging from contemporary Brazilian beats to modern dance music.
On Saturday night Dubdadda headlined and the crowd loved the mixture of old and new dance beats.
To close the two-day party in style Sirius B turned Lark in the Park into a carnival, with a mixture of samba and bossa nova.
Event manager Tim Garbutt said the whole weekend had been a big success.
He praised the people who had worked hard to get the show on track after the rains late last week.
He added: "There were concerns that we might not make it on time. The park was a bit of a mess last week, but in the end it was fine.
"We have been lucky with the weather, because it has been sunny and warm all weekend. That definitely encouraged people to come down and see what was going on.
"I think that now we have been going as Lark in the Park for three years we have really established ourselves - and we are hoping to grow even more. That is my plan," added Mr Garbutt.
"We want to turn it into a Huddersfield Festival. I think the numbers that have visited this weekend, especially yesterday, prove that people are interested in the event.
"We try to cater for the whole family. It is not just about the children; it is about everyone, from toddlers to older relatives.
"There is something for everyone. That is why it has been such a success.
"Next year we are hoping to grow again and add even more new ideas, like we have this year with the skateboarding and stunt cycling," he said.