The final set of Friday tickets has just been released for this year’s Bonfest on the weekend of May 1 in Kirriemuir.
The festival to commemorate AC/DC frontman Bon Scott has sold out for the past four years, with Saturday tickets selling out in record time this year.
DD8 Music spokesman Graham Galloway said: “These final Friday tickets are likely to sell out very quickly, so we would encourage people to get them quick to avoid disappointment.”
Briefs are available from the Kirriemuir Art Gallery, Sharp Music in Forfar and Grouchos in Dundee.
This year’s festival sees Orkney band Rocker return to headline the Friday night with a “very Scottish take” on some AC/DC classics.
They are supported by Sonnet 65 and Snappin’ Turtles, from Dundee.
Members of Rocker will help re-create the video for Long Way to the Top on the back of a vintage lorry.
Mr Galloway said: “The dedication of the AC/DC fans really is incredible.
“At last year’s Bonfest we had people from the US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, all over Europe and even Russia.”
Saturday night’s headliners are AC/DC UK. They are supported by the Amorettes and local band Emerald Sunday.