HUNDREDS of musicians turned Rotherham into a giant open-air concert venue.
Clifton Park and All Saints’ Square were the places to be for rock fans over the weekend, with dozens of bands putting on a massive free show.
The second annual Slamfest saw some of Rotherham’s biggest local acts turning up the volume as the sun shone.
Sunday’s Clifton Park event was headlined by Haze and Goatleaf, while the entertainment in All Saints’ Square was topped off by a set from Havana Rocks.
Town centre pubs and clubs including Memory Lane, the Trades, the Bridge Inn and the High House provided specialist stages for fans wanting to indulge their taste for punk, indie or metal.
And the Imperial Buildings was the place to be for an acoustic set or two.
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