Dundee's Carnival Fifty Six scrapped after just one year
Rudimental, Mark Ronson, The Charlatans and Hot Chip performed at the event last August.
Dundee's musical festival Carnival Fifty Six has been scrapped after just one year.
The event made its debut in Camperdown Park in August last year with thousands of music fans watching big acts including Rudimental, Mark Ronson, The Charlatans and Hot Chip.
The two-day event was the first event of its kind in Dundee since Radio 1's Big Weekend in 2006.
Those behind the cancellation said the decision was taken to explore the future direction of the festival.
A representative for Carnival Fifty Six said: "We'd like to thank everyone who supported Carnival Fifty Six in 2017.
"After much consideration the decision has been taken to not return the festival to Camperdown Park for 2018.
"We are taking a year off to explore the potential future direction of the show and hope to return in full effect in 2019."