The OxjamBrum Takeover Festival featuring more than 180 performers across Birmingham has raised more than £10,000 for Oxfam.
Music fans packed into seven city centre venues to see and hear performances by emerging talent as well as established headline artists for the fourth annual OxjamBrum festival on Saturday.
Artists included Ivor Novello award-winning singer-songwriter Scott Matthews at The Yardbird and a set by urban wordsmith Polarbear at The Sunflower Lounge.
Highlights of the festival included parades through the city by Birmingham collectives Oya Batacuda and The Dhol Blasters, a live Secret Walls graffiti battle at The Yardbird, and family-friendly programme at Symphony Hall Café Bar.
All proceeds from the festival are to be donated directly to Oxfam.
OxjamBrum also aims to organise unusual live music experiences around Birmingham, including gigs on canal barges, around the famous 11 bus route, in tennis huts and at festivals.
These raised well over £28,000 for Oxfam campaigns in the process.