A tartan-clad mass choir parade, which takes place through Paisley this morning, will bring the eight-day Royal National Mòd to a close.
Yesterday saw the final day competitions of the Mòd, with winners of the Traditional Gold competition being announced.
Joan Morrison, from Newton Mearns, and Calum Angus MacDonald, from Strathaven, were the lucky pair who impressed the judges.
The singers were among the performers celebrating this week.
Eliidh Munro, 20, from Bishopbriggs, was overjoyed to win the coveted Gold Medal final.
She fought off competition from eight other perfomers to take the prestigious title.
During children's day, Rhiannon Kilpatrick, 10, lifted the Nancy Craik Memorial Trophy in the solo singing category.
In Paisley for the first time in the event's 121-year history, the festival saw nearly 3000 people from as far afield as Australia, the US and Canada taking part.
It has also attracted thousands of visitors to the Renfrewshire town, which was chosen as the host town because of its "significant" Gaelic heritage.
The Mod is organised by An Comunn Gaidhealach, the world's oldest Gaelic organisation.
Paisley has been hosting a double festival fortnight, with The Mòd, running alongside The Spree, Scotland's national arts festival.
Runrig frontman Donny Munro made his debut at The Spree festival earlier this week.
He performed to a packed crowd at the Spiegeltent, entertaining fans with classic Runrig hits and some of his new solo material.
Our very own Michelle McManus also took part in the final of the Silver Pendant competition at Paisley Town Hall.