Paisley’s skyline lit up in spectacular colours wowing thousands of revellers in the town centre for the annual fireworks extravaganza.
More than 30,000 people turned out for the Paisley Fireworks Spectacular – run by Renfrewshire Council – despite the wet conditions earlier that day.
Crowds emerged to fill Paisley’s town centre streets and watch the special pop-themed display against the stunning backdrop of the 850-year-old Paisley Abbey.
The fireworks launched from an even greater height this year – the roof of the council buildings on Cotton Street – ensuring impressive views across the town centre.
The stunning display came at the end of a packed day of entertainment, with local band Lemonhaze headlining the main stage performances.
Hosted by the Clyde 1 DJs, the Gauze Street stage also featured Glasgow band Twin Pines (formerly known as Arches) and local young musicians, supported by Create and Hit the Road.
During the afternoon, families and kids enjoyed magic shows, puppet shows and story-telling inside Paisley Town Hall and Abbey.