British ska legends Madness have announced Montrose as the only Scottish date in their upcoming tour.
The East Links will be transformed into the house of fun when the band arrive on Sunday July 5.
Suggs & Co will embark on a 20-date Grandslam tour in May taking in some of the greatest sporting venues across the UK, including Portsmouth FC’s Fratton Park and Silverstone race track.
Madness will perform a number of their quirky classics such as “House of Fun” and “Baggy Trousers” and “My Girl” as well as some of their new songs from their first new recordings in three years.
The show is being organised by LCC Live and the Montrose Music Festival.
MoFest’s Chairman, David Paton, said: “We’re thrilled to have secured Madness to play in Montrose this summer; its only Scottish date on the Grandslam Tour. They are superb live and will give fans an incredible night performing a range of hits from over the decades.
“Last year we welcomed Status Quo to the town and this year, it’s the turn of Madness, who we expect to prove just as popular. This once again puts Montrose on the map as a premier live music destination.”
Tickets for Grandslam Madness in Montrose go on sale on Friday at 10am – and can be bought here or by calling 0844 888 9991.
Briefs can also be bought in person from Montrose Town Hall on Friday and Saturday between 10am and 12pm.