Can you spot yourself at the Simply Red gig at Earlham Park?
Thousands flocked to Earlham park on Saturday night to enjoy an evening of entertainment from the soul and pop band Simply Red.
Fans danced as the sun set on the city park, which is hosting Sunset Live, with acts performing across three days.
Tonight, Simply Red, with frontman Mick Hucknall, took to the stage with hits such as, If You Don't Know Me By Now, Holding Back the Years and Fairground.
The band was formed in 1985 in Manchester.
It was born from the ashes of punk outfit The Frantic Elevators and is said to be named after Hucknall's ginger hair and his love of Manchester United.
Crowds at Earlham Park also enjoyed a performance from special guest Gabrielle, with songs including Dreams, Rise and Out of Reach.
Sunset Live kicked off on Friday, June 24, with the Ibiza Orchestra Experience, which consists of a 26-piece live orchestra and guest vocalists.
On Sunday, the event finishes with a live show from Michael Ball and Alfie Boe.