Hundreds lined the streets to mark the grand finale of Stobfest.
The all-day event was the showpiece of the 12-day festival, which was celebrating its third year.
Crowds watched on as the Morgan Academy pipe band marched down Albert Street to the Boomerang Centre in Kemback Street.
Kids also enjoyed stalls, refreshments, face painting, Shetland pony rides and a magician at the gala day.
A number of new features were launched for Stobfest 2018 including the first-ever Westie Walk.
Several new murals were also created in time for the festivities thanks to OpenClose Dundee.
Numerous presentation events were held as well as yoga sessions, quizzes, arts and crafts and history tours.
Colin Clement, from Stobswell Forum, said there was “a real sense that the festival is going places”.
He added: “Stobfest aims to let local people come out and see events in Stobswell and encourage folk from other parts of the city to visit and enjoy our hospitality.”