Tickets for Gary Barlow’s solo tour go on sale today and there is expected to be a huge rush in fans hoping to see him.
The singer will stop off at Perth and Dundee as part of his 34-date UK tour next year.
Take That frontman Barlow will perform at Perth Concert Hall on April 19, then Caird Hall in the City of Discovery the following evening.
An extremely high demand for the briefs is expected when they go on general sale at 10am.
Prices start at around £38 with the most expensive ticket, a VIP package, costing just under £170. This includes a seat in the first seven rows, a signed programme and other exclusive merchandise.
Other tickets come at £51 and £68.
Organisers say that any briefs found to have been bought this way will be cancelled.
Folk are being advised NOT to phone or visit the Dundee box office in person as tickets for the 46-year-old’s previous tour sold out in minutes online.