Now in its seventh year, Paisley Pipe Band Championships will see some of the top pipe bands from Scotland and beyond compete in the heart of the historic town centre – and the Johnstone Pipe Band were crowned winners.
This year’s chieftain is Renfrewshire Depute Provost John Caldwell.
Bands will marched down the High Street, through the final tuning area at The Cenotaph, to the competition arena in County Square.
The massed bands and presentation of prizes was in County Square at 5.30pm.
The event is run by Renfrewshire Council and is in partnership with the Royal Scottish Pipe Band Association, Glasgow and West of Scotland Branch.
Competition judges are Donald McPhee, Ronnie McShannon (piping), Arthur Cook (drumming) and James Campbell (ensemble).
All photographs and video created for paisley.org.uk by Cameron Pollock