The day Leeds welcomed some of the biggest reggae stars on the planet

It was billed as Europe’s biggest free open-air reggae concert and attracted thousands to enjoy music from some of the biggest names from home and abroad.

Friday, 23rd August 2019, 11:34 am
PICS: YPN/Third Party

The Leeds Reggae concert started back in 1985 on Potternewton Park to compliment the annual Leeds West Indian Carnival. The event has since evolved into the Black Music Festival. READ MORE: 33 photos you'll only understand if you love the Leeds West Indian Carnival

Jah Micks performs for the crowd in August 2007.
Crowds enjoying the entertainment in August 2007. Were you among them?
More Fire Crew entertain the crowds in August 2003.

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Remember American reggae artist Ragga on stage in August 2003?
Danny Dread (Amanu) on stage in August 2000.
Former Allerton Grange pupil Nikki Brown belts out a tune in August 2000.
A concert-goer records Nikki Brown live on stage in August 2000.
Donetta on stage in August 2007.
Armley's Yaz Alexdaner belts out a tune in August 2007.
Remember watching Ugoch on stage in August 2007? She came over from Chicago to perform.
Legendary performer Alton 'The Godfather' Ellis leads a line-up in 2006.
Stay Focused on stage at Potternewton Park in August 2007.