Pubs, bars, shops and even an adventure playground play host to a festival in Portobello over the bank holiday weekend.
Portobello Live! is back for a second year with two days of live acts, including music, cabaret and spoken word performances.
The festival opens with a group singalong, led by five local choirs in a celebration of punk rock's 40th anniversary.
Allen Ginsberg's poem Howl is the focus of the spoken word events, with a group reading of the work consisting of a mixture of classic reading and more modern interpretations.
Fancy learning to play the steel pan? Workshops are taking place too — with a chance to perform in front of the crowds.
Venues taking part include record store Rough Trade, The Rum Kitchen and Acklam Village — home to the area's famous street food market.
See the full, eclectic line-up here. One ticket gives access to all venues and acts of the festival — just exchange your ticket for a wristband on the day.
Portobello Live takes place 1-2 May. Tickets are £30 and need to be booked in advance.