Britpop favourites Ocean Colour Scene took to the stage this weekend as part of a fortnight of gigs and special events in the heart of Leeds.
The band, which is celebrating the 20th anniversary of its Moseley Shoals album, performed at Millennium Square on Saturday and Sunday.
They were joined by fellow Britpop bands Shed Seven and The Bluetones on both nights.
The Indigo Project and The Sherlocks completed the line-up for Saturday’s sold out gig, with The Carnabells and Reverend and the Makers taking their places on Sunday.
The Millennium Square Summer Series kicked off on Friday night when Wakefield indie rock band The Cribs were the headliners.
Next up is The Film House on the Square, which will be screening the likes of Grease, Avengers Assemble and Skyfall from Wednesday until Friday.
A fully-seated outdoor auditorium will then be set up for A Classical Summer’s Evening on Saturday.