THOUSANDS of people flocked to Kelvingrove Park over the weekend to join in the fun of the Glasgow Mela.
Saturday may have been a washout, but blue skies and warm weather yesterday resulted in more than 25,000 people enjoying the popular event.
For the first time, the Mela kicked off on Friday with entertainment for 3000 city schoolchildren. Ten Glasgow schools rehearsed with professional dancers for seven weeks, working towards a final performance in front of other children.
Across the weekend, the crowds were entertained by an international mix of musicians, dance acts and interactive arts performers.
Since its launch during Glasgow's 1990 European City of Culture celebrations, the O2 Glasgow Mela has grown to become the leading festival of its kind in the country.