More than 240,000 fans have celebrated Leicester's Premier League triumph during an open-top bus victory parade throughout the city on Monday.
With 140,000 fans lining the streets, thousands of others waited for hours in anticipation of the grand finale at Victoria Park.
As rock band Kasabian took to the stage for a live set, the celebrations began to feel "a little like Glastonbury", ITV News Correspondent Ian Payne reports.
The Foxes won the championship after being 5000-1 outsiders at the start of the season, and narrowly avoiding relegation at the end of the last campaign.
Thousands of jubilant fans lined the streets as buses drove the players around the city.
"It is carnage"
Top goalscorer Jamie Vardy described the scenes as "carnage" and "brilliant"
"We're just enjoying all the fun with the trophy", adding that winning the league still hadn't sunk in.
Claudio Ranieri said he thought the "whole city" was at the celebrations, adding that it made him "very happy".
Later, when asked about the prospect of his team's first ever Champions League campaign next season, he told the crowd: "Yes. Keep dreaming, keep dreaming.
"Don't wake up".