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Revellers brought the boom back into Britain’s nightlife yesterday as thousands of young people in cities across the country enjoyed a night out for the three-day Bank Holiday weekend.
Partygoers were keen to make up for lost time, after Covid lockdowns in 2020 and last year cancelled many festivities.
Young people donned fun-filled outfits including cowboy hats, angel wings, Minnie Mouse costumes and mermaid skirts to celebrate.
Revellers hit the streets on Sunday night knowing they can have a lie in on May Bank Holiday Monday. Pictured: Partygoers hit Birmingham’s infamous Broad Street as the day of wet weather stopped to allow the party to start
Partygoers in Leeds were keen to make up for lost time, after Covid lockdowns in 2020 and last year cancelled many festivities
Pictured: A group of girls in Birmingham hit Broad Street to celebrate the three-day long bank holiday weekend
Two girls were pictured on Broad Street in Birmingham posing with silvery and gold glittery cowboy hats
One partygoer used her blazer to protect her against hair against the rainy weather in Leeds yesterday evening
A group of girls in Leeds who went out Saturday night were pictured walking down the street towards the bars and clubs
Pictured: Revellers hit the streets of Birmingham city centre to celebrate the three-day May Bank Holiday weekend
Cowgirl meets leprechaun: Among the more unusual encounters this Bank Holiday weekend was a cowgirl getting a piggyback from a leprechaun in Leeds
Other Leeds partygoers showed off their style wearing polka dot blouses, tennis dresses and bold 70s jumpsuits
Yes we can can! Merry makers in Leeds brought their swing out on to the streets after visiting nearby bars
May the thirst be with you: These Leeds revellers enjoyed a fun fight waving foam bars about like Star Wars lightsabers
Fun in the sun: Girls enjoyed sunshine drinks on the famous Otley Run in Leeds for the May Bank Holiday weekend
Partygoers took advantage of the warm temperatures as they made their way to and from clubs in Birmingham
Time to partaaay: Some girls donned fancy dress to get in the party mood, while others had a natural spring in their step!
Lifeguards to the rescue! Girls in baseball caps, crowns and cowboy hats came to the aid of one man dressed in St Paddy’s regalia
The famous Otley Run in Leeds saw scores of young epople out and about, some wearing fancy dress while others had a natural spring in their step.
Among the more unusual sights in Leeds was a cowgirl spotted getting a piggyback from a man dressed as a leprechaun.
Other revellers enjoyed a playfight waving foam bars about like Star Wars lightsabers, while merrymakers practiced their can-can dancing in the street.
High fashion was also on display, as partygoers showed off their style wearing polka dot blouses, tennis dresses and bold 1970s patterned jumpsuits.
In Birmingham, some clubbers took advantage of the warm temperatures as they made their way to and from clubs.
Street styling: It was all about high heels, ankle bracelets and blazers for these trendsetters out on the tiles in Birmingham
Other partygoers sported a fun casual look by pairing up their dresses with sneakers
High-waisted combat trousers were also the rage as young people enjoyed the bank holiday weekend in Birmingham
Under arrest? High jinks galore as students sported police baseball caps while enjoying the May sunshine
Retro glamour! An 80s partygirl wearing a pink utility belt, bomber jacket and leg warmers meets a 70s flower child
Yee haw! Line dancing with pints in hand was the name of the game for these girls about town
Chilling in the sunshine: Two relaxed young women enjoyed drinks in the sun
All that glitters! One partygoer sported an eye-catching ensemble with a sequin tank top and fringe skirt
Street styling was on display as smartly-dressed young women wore high heels, ankle bracelets and blazers on the tiles in Birmingham.
High-waisted combat trousers were also the rage as young people enjoyed the bank holiday weekend in the west midlands city.
Some partygoers sported a fun casual look by pairing up their dresses with sneakers, while trendy baseball caps saying ‘lifeguard’ or ‘police’ were worn elsewhere.
As drinks spilled out on to the streets, revellers in cowboy hats enjoyed some line dancing – complete with pints in hand.
Others showed off fun-filled retro looks, such as one 80s party girl wearing a pink utility belt, bomber jacket and leg warmers who hit the streets with her friend dressed as a 70s flower child.
Don’t rain on our parade: The wet weather couldn’t put off these revellers in Newcastle city centre enjoying the Bank Holiday weekend
I’ve got your back! The inclement weather brought out the best in people as one man gave his friend a piggyback through the streets
Chicken run! A group of students dressed like escapees from Old MacDonald’s Farm as they posed with police officers in Newcastle
Peace man! Two friends make their way through Newcastle city centre for the Bank Holiday weekend, with one giving his friend a lift!
Source: Daily Mail