Dundee Summer Streets Festival has drawn in thousands to the centre of the city as the two-day annual event kicks off.
The main attraction, the 55m long and 32m wide Luminarium at City Square, has attracted huge queues with an estimated 90 minute to get in at around midday.
The event features live street entertainment, music, a maze, treasure hunts and interactive games.
It extends along Reform Street, with live music and games at various points there and at the McManus and in the Overgate.
Lonely Bones, Esperi, Haystack Monolith and James Liandu are all performing today in the shopping centre, while Stefan Clarkin, Catrin Evans, Alan Muhyaldeen and Robbie Ward will appear tomorrow.
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The festival zone within the city centre will feature static bubble fun from Lyndsey Smiles and the Royal Society of Chemistry’s Chemistry of Curry. There will also be a “roving menagerie” from the Bureau of Silly Ideas in Reform Street.
The Arboria Luminarium, which is inspired by Indian architecture, is an inflatable tunnel structure aims to offer a calming and immersive experience through the use of light, colour and sound.
It is designed by Architects of Air and features a maze of kaleidoscopic tunnels and pods for festival goers to explore and relax in, while listening to a soothing soundscape.
The festival is sponsored by the Overgate Shopping Centre alongside game designer Ninja Kiwi, Insights Learning and Development and Unesco City of Design.