Thousands of people have turned out to enjoy the final day of arts and culture events as part of the 4 Squares weekender in Birmingham.
The three-day festival, which finishes today, has included dozens of performances taking place in Victoria, Centenary, Chamberlain and Oozells Squares.
Crowds of people decided to show off their fancy footwork as part of a mass dance event in Birmingham city centre.
Dozens of arts and cultural events are taking place this weekend with the 4 Squares festival.
Thousands of people have flocked to the city centre to enjoy a packed programme of events, organised to celebrate the opening of the new Library of Birmingham.
Fourteen different theatre groups, artists, orchestras and other arts and cultural groups have joined forces for the 4 Squares weekender in Birmingham.
Performances from the Hippodrome, the Museums Trust, Birmingham Opera Company, CBSO, and mac Birmingham are among those taking place in the city centre today and tomorrow.
Dance, music and even circus events from the NoFit State Circus can all be found across Victoria, Oozells, Centenary and Chamberlain Squares.
The event is being held to celebrate the opening of the new Library of Birmingham.
Thousands of people have crowded into Birmingham city centre for the 4 Squares arts and culture weekender to celebrate the opening of the city's new library.
Events are taking place throughout Victoria, Centenary, Chamberlain and Oozells Squares, including performances by the CBSO, NoFit State Circus, Birmingham Royal Ballet, and more.