Bristol celebrates the Queen's Diamond Jubilee
Jubilee celebrations are well underway across Bristol - despite last night's rain.
Yesterday there were dozens of street parties, and there will be more today and over the two bank holidays.
Bristol museum M shed held its own street party yesterday, with visitors bringing picnics and joining in with family activities, a fancy dress competition, singing workshops and enjoying entertainment from the Bristol Chamber Choir.
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Hundreds of people have also been enjoying Bristol's urban art festival, Upfest, in Southville and Bedminster.
Then last night crowds were entertained at a free jubilee concert at The Mall, Cribbs Causeway.
The headlining act, popstar Pixie Lott, sang to a loyal audience who stayed to watch her despite heavy rain.
If dance music is your thing then you will enjoy Love Saves the Day - a music festival taking place in Castle Park today.
Or you could go and watch a big screen today in Millennium Square, which will be bringing the events the pomp and splendour of the jubilee to Bristol.
The city’s own ships – The Matthew and the Pyronaut – will be taking part in the Thames Diamond Jubilee Pageant which will be shown today.
And visitors and residents are encouraged to take part in the Big Jubilee lunch in front of the screen.
Tomorrow the Diamond Jubilee Concert at Buckingham Palace and service of thanksgiving at St Paul’s Cathedral along with a formal carriage procession will also be screened.
Also tomorrow will be Bristol's Downs Day with the Jubilee Beacon.
There will be an afternoon full of activities and games for all the family from 3pm.
A children’s lantern fancy dress procession is planned for 9.30pm with the lighting of the Jubilee Beacon at 10pm – one of 2012 being lit around the world.
We want to hear from you and see any photos and videos you take at your street parties and other jubilee events - please send them to us by email. Please indicate if you're not happy for your photos to appear in The Post as well.
See This is Bristol over the jubilee weekend and bank holidays for coverage of celebration events, and pick up your souvenir edition of The Post on Wednesday, June 6.
Want to check out the weather forecast before you go out to celebrate? Check the weather forecast in Bristol for today.