A summer season of musical entertainment began in Pinner Memorial Park on Sunday.
Around 1,000 people enjoyed the sunshine and listened to Grimsdyke Brass Band, which performed on the bandstand in the park in Chapel Lane, Pinner.
The free concert was organised by The Pinner Association, which looks after the interest of village residents, and was the first of many which will take place this year.
Sam Upton, committee member of the association, has organised the concerts over the past seven years.
He said: "The music is generally from around the 1930s. It is the sort of music you would listen to at the end of the pier at Brighton Beach when you were younger.
"It is such a pleasant afternoon out, especially if the weather is good and it is free."
This Sunday, The Perry Parsons Big Band will be belting out tunes from 2.30pm followed by a performance by British Airways Silver Band on August 10.
People can also donate money to the West House Appeal throughout the afternoon, which raises cash to restore West House, which is also in Pinner Memorial Park.
Bill Dedman, of Hawlands Drive, Pinner, is vice-chairman of the association and is encouraging people to come and enjoy the music.
He said: "It is something we think brings back the feeling of the village.
"Everyone that goes enjoys it every year. It is a great way to relax and listen to big band music."
For more information, visit www.pinnerassociation.co.uk