GLASGOW was awash with colour as thousands descended for the city's Pride festival. 

Pride Glasgow, described by organisers as Scotland's largest LGBTI festival, took place at Glasgow Green on Saturday and Sunday.

The event also featured a parade through the heart of the city on Saturday.

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Around 5,000 revellers took part in the parade, with 10 times that number thought to have watched it snake through the city centre and Merchant City areas.

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon also addressed the crowds attending the festival.

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A range of entertainment, headlined by 90s Irish pop sensation B*Witched, took place over the two days at Glasgow Green.

X Factor runner up Saara Aalto and dance singer Kelly Llorenna also took to the stage.

A market, community stalls, family area, youth space and fairground rides were also on offer at the designated pride site.