Brave festival-goers soaked up some live music over the weekend at the three-day music and arts festival, Clockenflap.
The event was held at the Central Harbourfront and featured a diverse selection of bands such as The Chemical Brothers, Foals, The Sugarhill Gang, Yo La Tengo, SBTRKT and MIA.
Attendees braved wind and rain on Friday and a torrential downpour on Saturday. Festival-goers on Sunday were more fortunate as the event closed under a blue sky, with English indie-rockers Foals and the legendary Chemical Brothers headlining the final night.
Despite the erratic weather, visitors enjoyed a weekend of dance music, hip hop, indie, reggae, funk, Cantopop and more.
The diverse music acts were just one thing on offer with festival-goers enjoying the Silent Disco, Cinema Silenzio, craft market and workshops.
Earlier this month, Mike Hill, co-founder, festival director and CEO of Clockenflap, picked up an award at the Gafencu Gala Dinner for his work in Cultural Endeavour.
Mike was honoured, along with and on behalf of his fellow co-founders for organising the culture, arts and music festival since 2008.
Photos: Kitmin Lee