Sheffield’s Music In The Gardens festival is in full swing after The Glenn Miller Orchestra UK launched the now annual four night festival.
They were supported by The Cookin Pots.
Tonight the festival will go with a bang - fireworks follow Sheffield Philharmonic Orchestra and United The union Brass Band at The Botanical Gardens.
Last night it was the turn of Sheffield’s own electro legends Heaven 17, who sold out the event with guests The Bootleggers.
Keyboard wizard Martyn Ware, who also formed the Human League, and frontman Glenn Gregory entertained with Heaven 17’s greatest hits - including show stopper, Temptation.
Drawing the series of concerts to a close, Sunday (July 20, 2014) will see Ladysmith Black Mambazo take to the stage as well as the Dore Male Voice Choir.
A variety of food and drink stalls will be on offer, while the profits from ticket sales will be donated to charity.
Charities set to benefit from the event include Sheffield Hospitals Charity, CRY - Cardiac Risk in the Young - Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice and Lost Chord, a charity for people with dementia.
The Unite band will play today from 6.30pm, with tickets priced £16.50. Tomorrow Ladysmith Black Mambazo will play from 7pm and tickets will cost £22.
SLIDESHOW: Press the play button to watch our slideshow of photos from the opening night.