Record crowds flocked to Blyth for an annual free festival.
Thousands of people made the most of the weather to enjoy music galore at Northumberland Live.
Internationally-acclaimed indie band The Lightning Seeds headlined the event.
Other performers included Newcastle blues rock band STAN the Band, Durham rock band Edenthorn, rock and rollers The Baldy Holly Band, Zeitgeist 77, Newcastle Rock Choir, Nick Pride and the Pimptones, Chloe Chadwick, Simma and the Three Ring Circus and The Stax Brothers.
A band from Blyth’s twin town of Solingen in Germany added an international flavour when they made their UK debut.
The festival, funded once again by Blyth Town Council, also featured fairground rides, stalls and refreshments.
One lucky couple got to watch the festival in style.
Dianne Hunter and her partner Peter Atkinson, from Jarrow, won a BBC Newcastle competition to win a beach hut for the event.