Radio Plymouth played its part in the MTV Crashes concert when it arrived in the city recently.
The event, which included three days of live music at Plymouth Hoe, included performances from Tinie Tempah, Little Mix, Kodaline and Foxes in front of 33,000 people.
Radio Plymouth’s Jemma Jones spoke to all the acts appearing on day 1, with Plymouth being described by Foxes as The Caribbean of the UK.
On the third day Radio Plymouth’s Richard Gunton and Jemma hosted Plymouth City Council’s Live and Local event, which saw performances from a variety of local music acts including The Land of the Giants, Antimatador, The Vibes and Chay Snowdon.
The station said: “Altogether it proved to be a brilliant experience for local acts to be part of such a huge and successful event for the city!”