Bagpipe super group The Red Hot Chilli Pipers entertained crowds in Perth as part of the city centre St Andrews Day celebrations.
The musicians were one of a number of acts to grace the stage at a special Scottish market on St John Street.
Also on stage was The Voice UK winner Stevie McCrorie and local group The Mad Ferret Band.
The entertainment was rounded off by the Perth and Vale of Atholl Pipe Bands.
The event, which also features a number of Scottish-themed stalls, was hosted by BBC Radio Scotland presenter Grant Stott.
Sunday also saw hundreds of runners take to the streets of Perth for a MoRun event.
The 5k and 10k races are in support of the The Movember Foundation – a charity tackling men’s health issues.
Across the rest of Perth and Kinross three communities were celebrating Christmas light switch on events over the weekend.
Kinross kicked off the festivities on Friday night with a street market, with the light-up event taking place at 7pm.
Alyth Christmas Lights committee held their event in the Square on Saturday evening.
With the local community council not in operation at the moment there was no citizen of the year to perform the ceremony, so it was done by Rod MacFarlane, chair of the lights committee.
The switch-on followed a parade from the Guide Hut down Airlie Street led by Alyth and District Pipe Band under the direction of Pipe Major Gordon Barton, and Santa on a motorised sleigh.
Also on Saturday around 1,000 revellers attend Crieff’s annual Christmas lights switch-on in the town’s James Square.
The event featured street performances and a children’s party organised by the Crieff At Christmas volunteer group, whose members have raised around £20,000 to ensure the town is lit up over the festive season.