Drivers will be diverted miles around Dundee city centre during this summer’s series of Slessor Gardens concerts.
Three concerts have been arranged for Slessor Gardens on Dundee waterfront over the coming months, with reggae band UB40 first to perform on May 20.
They will be followed by pop sensations Little Mix on June 29 and Olly Murs on July 20.
The concerts will bring thousands of fans into Dundee and are expected to deliver a major economic boost for the city centre.
But the logistics of staging such major events in the heart of the waterfront are likely to cause headaches for drivers.
The roads immediately around the concert arena at Slessor Gardens will be shut during the UB40 concert Saturday May 20 and similar closures are likely to be in force for the two later events.
But drivers approaching the Tay Road Bridge from Riverside Drive will be diverted up South Marketgait and forced to complete journeys around the city centre before reaching the bridge.
The diversions will be in place from 2.30pm until midnight on the day of the concert.
A number of roads will be closed from the Wednesday before the UB40 concert until 6pm the following day to allow the stage to be set up and then cleared.
Earl Grey Place East and West, South Crichton Street and South Castle Street will all be shut from May 17.
Castle Street South and Dock Street, between Whitehall Crescent and Commercial Street, will then be closed on the day of the concert.
Fans coming into Dundee for the concert will benefit from reduced parking fees Greenmarket, Gellatly Street and the Olympia, where parking will only cost £2 after 2pm.
Taxis will not be permitted to drop off or pick up in Shore Terrace, Dock Street, Thomson Avenue, or any of the other roads immediately surrounding Slessor Gardens during the events.
More information about the May 20 event is available on Dundee City Council’s website here.