Fifty thousand people are estimated to have attended the annual Pride Cymru Big Weekend - a celebration of diversity and equality in Wales.
The event, which is thought to be the biggest in the charity's history, was held on Cardiff City Lawns with performances from an array of international and local acts, cabaret and entertainment.
Across the weekend, Saara Aalto, Derrick Barry, Katherine Ellis, Flip & Fill, Mutya and tributes to Amy Winehouse, Lady Gaga and Cher also performed.
Colleagues across ITV news and programmes teams took part in the parade and Ruth Wignall and Carl Edwards took to the main stage to introduce a number of performers in the afternoon.
Families, individuals, groups and organisations joined in the parade to showcase "the true diversity and equality across Wales."
Celebrity Big Brother star and Australian drag queen Courtney Act closed the show on Sunday night.
Despite the adverse weather on Sunday, Pride Cymru's Chair Lu Thomas said the event was "bigger and better than ever before".
LuThomas, Pride Cymru’s Chair, said, “We’re so proud of everyone who has come to celebrate with us and make our Big Weekend such a massive success.
It’s been overwhelming to see the whole community and the whole of Wales come together to celebrate and support us, and stand shoulder to shoulder with our trans community, in solidarity when it matters most. “
The theme for this year’s Big Weekend was #ProudToBeMe. The campaign aims to encourage members of the LGBT+ community and beyond to use their voice and be proud of their identity.
Here's Jane Solomons's report: