Dancefloors across England were packed with pandemic partygoers at midnight as Covid rules eased in the country.
Thousands of clubbers queued for sell-out venue events on Sunday July 18 to celebrate the lifting of restrictions that came into force this morning.
As of 00:01 today England dropped most of its remaining Covid-19 social restrictions, such as those requiring indoor mask-wearing and limits on group gatherings, among other rules.
Nightclubs have been closed since the start of the pandemic and have reopened their doors for the first time in over a year without any restrictions.
The industry has been encouraged to check if people are either fully vaccinated, have natural immunity from infection or have a recent negative test using the NHS Covid Pass before entering.
Despite rising Covid-19 cases, the government eased all guidelines but are still urging people to continue with caution.
Face coverings and social distancing is no longer a requirement in public, however some businesses are still asking that customers follow their guidelines.