More than 1,000 people are attending a community feast for Hull's annual Freedom Festival.
The mass meal in Queen's Gardens features locally grown food. It comes after a year's work from volunteers, community groups and allotments to grow produce to be cooked by chefs.
Organisers said the event aimed to inspire people to grow food, cook it from scratch and make new friends.
More than 200 performances have taken place during the three-day festival.
The event, described as the "jewel in Hull's cultural crown", was started in 2007 to commemorate the anti-slavery pioneer William Wilberforce.
Performances have included acrobats scaling the front of Hull College, a parade of giant puppets and street theatre.