MUSIC FANS turned back the clock as the sound of Britpop classics filled Millennium Square in Leeds.
Ocean Colour Scene took centre stage in the city to mark the 20th anniversary of the release of their Moseley Shoals album.
The Birmingham band performed the album in full with support from another two of Britpop’s main players in the shape of York-based star Shed Seven and The Bluetones.
The Kaiser Chief’s frontman and Leeds’s own musical son Ricky Wilson put in an appearance to impress the thousands of music fans at the musical celebration at the weekend.
Moseley Shoals spawned hit singles such as The Riverboat Song and The Day We Caught The Train. Wakefield stars The Cribs also took centre stage on Friday night to kick-start the weekend of music.
Our slideshow captures the atmosphere of the event, in warm summer sunshine in Millennium Square.
Pictures by Anthony Longstaff.