Hundreds turned out to pay tribute to a Huddersfield teenager.
They packed into Holmfirth’s Picturedrome on Saturday evening to remember Olivia Glennie, known as Livvie.
The Newsome youngster, who died in September 2014 aged just 15, would have celebrated her 18th birthday on that day.
Instead, family, friends and former school pals turned out to enjoy a memorial concert in her name.
And Livvie wasn’t forgotten - a lifesize cardboard cutout of her featured on stage alongside performances by tribute bands Green Date and Antarctic Monkeys.
The gig was arranged by Olivia’s parents, Alex and Diane Glennie, who were determined to raise cash for charities in her name.
Livvie has already helped others, as her organs were donated, as she had requested, and her family was told she had helped save the lives of three people: a 14-year-old girl, a woman in her 20s and a man in his 30s who had a kidney transplant.
The concert was in aid of the Family Donor Network, Leeds General Infirmary Paediatric Intensive Care Unit, MIND and the British heart Foundation.
The couple believe Livvie could not cope with the ‘21st-century pressures’ caused by social media and mobile phones. They had no idea anything was wrong before her death but believe the pressures of 24-hour communication by text, Facebook and the internet mean teenagers face ‘too much, too young’.
Mr Glennie said: “The concert was a complete sellout, with all 690 tickets sold.
“The bands were absolutely brilliant and we had people coming to support us from all over the country.
“It has been a fabulous night.”
Alex tweeted to Antarctic Monkeys: “You guys as always were amazing along with @greendate, so much positive feedback it’s unreal.”
And the band responded: “Amazing set tonight! Hope we did you proud Olivia!”