Yosaf Nadeem plays at St Peters Health and Leisure Centre, Burnley
Street pianos are being installed in sites across Lancashire as the globe-trotting Play Me I'm Yours event comes to town.
For a three week period, people are being invited to tickle the ivories on any of the pianos located throughout Burnley, Blackburn and Darwen.
Sites include parks, streets, the bus station and band stand in Burnley and Darwen Market.
From buskers to bands, absolutely anyone can have a go.
The pianos are free to use by people of all ages who want to express themselves musically and have a sing-along, including
the piano at BBC Radio Lancashire
on Darwen Street in Blackburn.
Founded by British artist Luke Jerram, the Play Me I'm Yours artwork has been touring the world since 2008, including New York, London, Barcelona and Sydney.
Rachel Hawthorn, Burnley Council's arts development manager, says: "This event has been a huge success in many major cities across the world, and we're very excited about it coming to Burnley, Blackburn and Darwen next month."
The 25 uniquely decorated street pianos will be distributed across Burnley and Blackburn from 8 - 29 July at the following locations:
BBC Radio Lancashire
Blackburn Town Hall
Corporation Park - Glasshouse
Witton Park Visitor Centre
3 in a Bar, Belgrave Road
Darwen Leisure Centre
Sunnyhurst Woods Visitor Centre
Barlow Institute, Edgworth
Burnley Bus Station
Burnley Campus, Barden Lane
Burnley Central Library
Padiham Leisure Centre
Padiham Memorial Park
Singing Ringing Tree
St James Street Bandstand
St Peters Centre