The sun was out and the music was loud in Leven yesterday (Sunday) as the second annual Promfest event took place.
The Leven Community Council-organised spectacle played host to a wealth of local talent down by the sea.
The crowds were out in force thanks to glorious sunshine, and there was something on offer for all ages, from fairground rides to craft stalls and even a beer garden.
The day kicked off with a great performance by local lad Jed Gillies, and the music continued throughout the afternoon and into the early evening.
Under the big marquee - sadly shielded from the sunshine - there were fantastic performances by 13 Tombs from Methil, Fifers Break the Embargo, Kirkcaldy funksters Auxygen, Joe Viterbo, Edinburgh rockers SUPA and De Kryptonites, finishing off with headliners and Stone Roses tribute band Resurrection.
Alistair Suttie, chairman of the community council, said: “The marquee looked great, and the stalls and amusements were packed as families took advantage of the beautiful weather.
“The music went down a treat as each band served up some fantastic performances.
“We’ve learned a few lessons and are looking forward to improving the event for next year.”