The seventh annual charity March of the Mods raised vital funds for two charities.
March of the Mods supports the Teenage Cancer Trust, because of the great work it does in supporting young people with cancer, as well as its impressive music reputation.
Tonic Music for Mental Health is a charity based on the south coast of England.
It raises mental health awareness, challenges stigma and promotes mental wellbeing through music and the arts.
This year's March of the Mods was a whole day and night full was spent listening to 1960s Mod, beat, jazz, boogaloo and funk with the best of original 60s ska/reggae packing out venues across Ryde seafront.
The highlights included the incredible uplifting Tonic Ska Choir (main image, top) which provides opportunities for people to come together and sing covers of the biggest ska tunes. It is open to new members of all abilities.
The other favourite of the day had to be Out of Time Band — four local musicians with years of experience playing an assortment of 1960s, 70s and 80s Classic Rock and British Invasion.
Event organiser Steve Robson said: "It’s most definitely been our best event to date! It’s been great to see so many people out enjoying not only the incredible music, but the sunshine too — and all for two amazing charities. We’re still totting up the total, but we’re expecting to have raised £4,000 to £5,000!"