As Dundee gets set to welcome Steps and Blue next week, there may be problems for drivers owing to several roads being closed.
Next Friday fans will flock to the city to see Steps perform at Slessor Gardens, as part of their Summer of Steps tour.
Supporting them will be boy band Blue.
Gates for the concert open at 4pm.
However, road closures will be in place from as early as Tuesday.
Earl Grey Place West and East will be completely closed as well as the entire length of South Crichton Street and South Castle Street from 8am on Tuesday until 6pm next Saturday.
Dock Street – from Union Street to Commercial Street – will also be closed with diversions in place on Whitehall Crescent, Whitehall Street and High Street from 3pm-midnight next Friday.
Thomson Avenue, from South Union Street to South Commercial Street, will be closed to eastbound traffic coming from Riverside Drive from 2pm- midnight next Friday, with diversions in place on South, West, North and East Marketgait.
Lane three on Thomson Avenue will also be closed from 8am on Tuesday until 6pm next Saturday
Union Street, from South Marketgait to Yeaman Shore, will be shut.
Diversions will be in place from Yeaman Shore and West Marketgait.
Shore Terrace, from Exchange Street to Dock Street, and Whitehall Crescent – from Crichton Street to Dock Street – will close from 3pm-midnight next Friday with no diversions.
For those driving to the concert and looking to park, the cost will be £2 after 2pm in the Greenmarket, Gellatly Street and Olympia car parks on the day of the show.
City centre bus stops will be re-located to Ward Road, Seagate, Seagate Bus Station and Commercial Street on the day of the event.
Slessor Gardens is also set to play host to Rita Ora in July and Simple Minds in September.
Last year, Little Mix, Olly Murs and UB40 performed there.