Oban was alive with music over the weekend following the return of a popular festival.
Oban Live – a festival organised by traditional music giants Skerryvore – hit the right note with revellers.
A total of 5,000 people attended the two-day event, at Mossfield Stadium, with visitors coming from all over the world.
The town had also put on fringe events throughout the town that continued into Monday morning.
Performing tracks from their new album Fresh Air, firm favourites Red Hot Chilli Pipers filled the concert stage with its new line-up of musicians along with dancers from Flings and Things, and the Soul Nation choir for a spectacular closing set.
Elephant Sessions, Be Charlotte, Jig Jam and local band Argyll Ceilidh Trail also built up the crowd excitement throughout the day with live sets.
On Saturday, Edinburgh rock band DMS got the party started for a second day.
A spokeswoman for Oban Live said: “Closing the popular 2019 concert were event founders, west coast favourites and international trad-fusion band Skerryvore.
“We Banjo 3, Talisk, Lucy Spraggan, The Caman Connection – a star-studded line-up of Scottish traditional musicians who have an association with the sport of Shinty – warmed the audience up throughout the day with a range of energetic and moving performances.”
Andrew Spence, chief executive at BID4Oban said: “Oban businesses pulled out all the stops to create fringe events for the visitors with most licensed premises having extended hours and live music.
“Oban Live has continued to improve every year through the dedicated hard work of many organisations.
“Plans are being drawn up for 2020, which will also celebrate the 15th anniversary the main partners Skerryvore.”
Mr Spence estimated that the event is now generating an economic impact to Oban in excess of £1.8m.
This year, Oban Live raised funds for Martyn’s Monday Club, a local organisation that provide mental health support groups in the town.