MUSICIANS from across the country were welcomed to Dunfermline on Saturday as Outwith Festival returned to the city.

Highlights from the Music All-Dayer included an emotional tribute to Big Country's Stuart Adamson by his daughter, Kirsten, a headline performance from the critically-acclaimed Steve Mason, and a packed show from Britain's Got Talent star Cammy Barnes.

Local acts stole the show as Dalgety Bay singer songwriter Eve Davidson captivated audiences at Fire Station Creative with a song about walking through the gravestones at Dunfermline Abbey and a powerful set from Foreignfox in their home city.

Also representing Dunfermline and West Fife were Olivia Beattie, Sunstinger, The New Shade, The Sunset Spirit, TamanFaya, For Pony, Sex on TV, Birrell or Biscuit, T-A and Jupiter Strange.

Alongside Beta Band guitarist Steve Mason, headline slots were filled by Bristol band Phoxjaw and The Joy Formidable, a Welsh alternative rock band.

Shows took place in seven venues across the city centre with ticket-holders moving from each to catch different acts.

Those participating were The Brasshouse, Fire Station Creative, PJ Molloys, the British Legion, The Monarch, McQ's at Coady's and 1703.

Substation Studio, based in Rosyth, supplied audio, backline and crew for this year's festival.