A Dundee man is raising money for a homelessness charity by hosting a party after the Gerry Cinnamon gig.
The indie star’s sold-out gig will take place at Caird Hall on Thursday at 7pm.
And Sean Rice, 32, a roofer from Lochee, is hosting a Gerry Cinnamon aftershow party at Church from 10.30pm-2.30am.
Funds raised will go to Transform Community, a charity that provides advice and accommodation to homeless people in the city.
The unofficial aftershow costs £5 for those with a Gerry Cinnamon ticket stub and £7 for those without.
Sean said he is hopeful the music star himself will make a special appearance.
He added: “I decided the event would raise money for Transform Community because you see a lot of homelessness around the city and it just shouldn’t be the case.”