Perth city centre rocked out for St Andrew’s Day, with thousands enjoying a packed line-up of top Scottish talent.
The Red Hot Chilli Pipers, Big Country and Skids lead singer Richard Jobson took to the stage for Sunday’s annual celebration.
The event, held in the Horizon Car Park on Mill Street, was part of the Perth Winter Festival.
The weekend’s events began with Fair Saturday, a worldwide non-profit event that celebrates art and culture as “powerful forces for good”.
A Perth and Kinross Council spokeswoman said it was important to have an all-Scottish line-up.
“We have gone for current and nostalgic bands so we have tried to please everyone,” she said.
“For Fair Saturday we put on a market and free parking for Perth and Kinross Council car parks.”
Sunday’s musicians began performances at noon with local folk stars, and landlords at the Twa Tams pub, the Mad Ferret Band kicking off the event.
Other artists performing in the Fair City included The Voice UK 2015 winner Steve McCrorie and Dunfermline-born Americana singer-songwriter Stevie Agnew.
Sunday’s Festival in honour of Scotland’s Patron Saint was also accompanied by the Spirit of Scotland Market at Horsecross Plaza.
This showcased Scottish food and drink with attendees also being able to buy gifts created by some of Scotland’s leading independent craftspeople.
The tribal Celtic music of Clanadonia fittingly played in the background as visitors explored the stalls.
The day’s events concluded with a small parade from St John’s Street to Mill Street with the Provost of Perth.
The parade was accompanied by Perth Pipe Band and the Vale of Atholl Pipe Band to deliver the St Andrew’s Day message.