THOUSANDS of visitors packed into Greenhead Park in Huddersfield for the town's annual Lark in the Park.
The event, which spanned Saturday and Sunday, was organised by Kirklees Council and proved popular with revellers young and old.
Dawn Kinder, of Salendine Nook, visited the event for the first time.
She said: "It has been absolutely brilliant. The children are loving it."
Both days began with an It's A Knockout event, organised by the McAlpine Fitness Club in aid of the NSPCC.
After the foam, fun and frolics, members of The Pulse radio roadshow warmed up the crowd before a series of bands took to the stage.
On Saturday, the music was opened by Pink Coconut, a jazz and soul band performing courtesy of Lark in the Park sponsors Chicago Rock.
Also featured was solo vocalist Jon Strong, ska band Mr Shiraz, and jazz funk band Capri.
Rounding off Saturday night was an aerial theatre show by Exponential.
Sunday saw Bon Jovi cover band Vagabond, Jinrai, an eight-piece folk and soul band, DJ Lubi, a Latin music DJ who appeared again later in the show, and Huddersfield band Serf, who performed their own brand of mod-influenced blues rock.
Alongside the music, there was a children's fairground, fairground stalls, a range of food stands, children's games and stalls.
A spectacular fireworks display drew the entertainment to a close.
Huddersfield's annual Flower, Vegetable and Handicraft Show was also open at the park.
The event included the Yorkshire Gladiolus Society Early Show, the Huddersfield Allotment Gardens Federation Show and the Huddersfield and District Fuchsia Society Show.
Displays included floral pieces by Kirklees Leisure Services and Huddersfield Flower Club.
Vegetables, wine and beer, children's crafts, pictures, embroidery and a new doll's house exhibition pulled in the visitors.