Around 20,000 people turned out to enjoy the latest South Tyneside Festival featuring headliners The Vamps.
Families basked in the glorious sunshine at Bents Park in South Shields calling it a great day out for the family.
Shannon Pinner, 23, was there with her partner Jack Hogan, 24, and son Ollie Hogan, one.
She said: "We have come from Wallsend.
"It's a nice family day out."
Kerry Roberts, 40, had come from Jarrow to see The Vamps, along with partner Lee Workman, 51, and daughter Amelia Workman.
She said: "We come every year and the weather today is perfect."
Dawn Hardy, 38, was at the gig with daughter Lillie Hardy-Smith, two, Susan Hardy, 64, and nephew Daniel Hardy, nine.
She said: "We have come from West Jesmond to the event and South Shields is one of our favourite places as it has everything here.
"The weather is amazing.
"My nephew wanted to come and see The Vamps and it is his first concert."