The Royal Regiment of Scotland band will visit Tayside and Fife as part of its first-ever nationwide tour to raise money charity.
It is hoped “Scotland’s state band” will collect tens of thousands of pounds for armed forces charity Poppyscotland as they embark on the Walking with Heroes tour, which will include stops at Perth and Dunfermline.
Director of music Major David Barringer MBE said: “We are excited to be going out further afield to a number of different venues as that is something that the band has not done for a very long time.
“It will be great music in great venues and all to support the Poppyscotland cause, and we are massively looking forward to it.”
To accompany the centenary tour, a CD – also entitled Walking with Heroes – is being produced, with the aim to commemorate 100 years since the end of World War One.
Dunfermline’s performance will take place at Carnegie Hall on April 19 and the band will also perform in Perth’s Concert Hall on September 22.