Hundreds of people lined the streets to pay their final respects to Perth man Cameron Rae on Friday afternoon.
Friends and family applauded the funeral cortege as it passed through North Muirton following his funeral at Riverside Church.
Twenty-year-old Cameron, known as Cammy, died after an alleged stabbing at a flat on South Methven Street on April 8.
Funeral procession for Cammy Rae
A piper led the the hearse carrying his coffin, which was adorned with ‘son’ and ‘brother’ wreaths.
It made its way through the community before he was laid to rest in Wellshill Cemetery.
Earlier in the week Cameron’s mum, Kerry Burgess said that for people who couldn’t make the service her son would be coming round North Muirton one last time.
She requested that people go outside and applaud her boy as he passed by, wearing ‘comfortable’ clothing.
Kerry previously said: “The family ask that you wear something comfortable as Cammy loved his comfort.”
She asked for family flowers only but donations were invited in aid of The Riverside Church.
An online fundraiser organised to give Cameron “the best send off” has reached almost £16,000.
Left over money is to be given to Cameron’s family.
Since his death floral tributes have been left around Perth.
His friends gathered on Kinnoull Hill shortly after his death to remember him and a minute’s applause was given in his memory at the Old Firm game at Hampden on April 29.
Last weekend an anti-knives campaign was launched in Perth.
The Stop the Stabbing, Stick to Jabbing campaign aims to get youngsters off the streets and into boxing clubs.
Craig Donald – who has launched the initiative – took inspiration from Aberfeldy Boxing Club, based in London, which came up with the phrase after knife issues in the UK capital.
Police Scotland is supportive of the legal surrendering of offensive weapons.
Caleb Ferguson, 18, appeared in court accused of stabbing Cameron repeatedly with a knife or similar weapon.
He is set to stand trial for murder.