Final preparations are being carried out before Canadian rock legend Bryan Adams plays a huge gig in Montrose on Sunday.
East Links is being transformed into an outdoor music venue for the 56-year-old’s only outdoor show in Scotland as part of his Get Up tour of the UK.
The performance is being organised in partnership between concert promoter LCC Live and the Montrose Music Festival.
Excitement is building after the superstar wowed 9,000 people in Peterborough on Friday night with fans giving the show rave reviews on social media.
Adams is the latest name in a lengthening line-up of famous musicians that have been signed up to play the festival following previous appearances from Ash, Status Quo, Madness and Jools Holland.
— Heart Cambridgeshire (@HeartCambs) August 5, 2016
Gates for the show open at 6pm and Bryan Adams will take to the stage around 8pm and there is no support act.
Adams rose to fame in North America with his album Cuts Like a Knife and turned into a global star with his 1984 album Reckless.
(Everything I Do) I Do It For You spent 16 consecutive weeks at No 1 on the UK singles chart in 1991, breaking a record previously held by Slim Whitman with Rose Marie in 1955.
He has been nominated for 17 Grammy Awards and was inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame in 2006.
Adams released Get Up in October which was produced by ELO frontman Jeff Lynne and features nine new songs and four acoustic versions.