A dazzling riverside lights show, including a magical tribute to Harry Potter, is expected to draw tens of thousands of visitors to Perth city centre.
The Norie-Miller trail will light up once again for a series of colourful events to bring the city’s Winter Festival to a close.
Last year’s Light Nights attracted a record 53,500 people.
Organisers have revealed a list of highlights for the show, which opens with a two-day celebration of Robert Burns on Saturday January 26.
Families can expect some Jurassic fun with a dinosaur theme night on Wednesday January 30, while superheroes will assemble for Comic Con evenings on January 31 and February 1.
Events to coincide with Chinese New Year will take place on February 2 and 3. Nights centred on magic and Harry Potter will be held on February 5 and 6.
Two romantic Valentine’s evenings will bring the curtain down on February 9 and 10.
Each night runs from 6-10pm with organisers Perth and Kinross Council promising food, drink and “other surprises”.
The trail will still be illuminated on nights without planned themes.
It is the first riverside trail since permanent infrastructure was installed along the Norie-Miller walk as part of the multi-million-pound City of Light programme. The project aims to illuminate landmarks and iconic buildings, in a bid to attract more visitors after dark.