More than 3,000 people took part in the New York Tartan Day Parade, led by Sir Billy Connolly, on Saturday.
A procession of solo pipers, highland dancers, drummers and Scottish clans marched up Sixth Avenue.
The Glasgow comedian, who has lived in the US since 2011, led the 21st parade.
He said: “I’ve absolutely loved being Grand Marshal of this year’s New York City Tartan Day Parade.
“The crowds were brilliant and hearing the skirl of the pipes echoing along Sixth Avenue made me dance a wee jig in my heart. What a day.”
Oban High School Pipe Band wowed the crowds at the Tartan Day Parade in New York City at the weekend. One of the biggest cheers for the band came from the Big Yin himself, Sir Billy Connolly. An experience they will never forget! #abplace2b #tartanday #nyc pic.twitter.com/02iW8ASmHW
— Argyll and Bute Council (@argyllandbute) April 8, 2019
The 76-year-old took on the role of the Grand Marshal at the annual event, which recognises and celebrates Scottish culture.
Previous Grand Marshals have included actors Sir Sean Connery and Alan Cumming, as well as musician KT Tunstall who was the first woman to lead the parade last year.
A 10-year-old from Peterhead was also involved in the parade.
Bagpiper Josh Bruce spent the last six months busking on the streets of Aberdeen to raise enough money for his return flights to the States.
He played using Red Hot Chilli Piper Wallace bagpipes, of which only 343 sets were made to commemorate each of the firefighters who died in the World Trade Centre terror attack on 9/11.