The date has been set for this year’s Santa Dash – and organisers hope the fundraiser will be even bigger.
Last year, more than 700 Santas ran through the city centre to raise money for charity in the inaugural event.
All funds raised went towards the Archie Foundation, the official charity of Tayside Children’s Hospital.
The foundation is aiming to raise £2 million for a new twin operating theatre.
This year’s event will take place on Sunday December 2.
Garry Smith, events and promotions officer for Leisure and Culture Dundee, said this year’s dash is “going to be great”.
He said: “If we could get more than 1,000 people taking part, it would be absolutely amazing.
“The atmosphere last year was fantastic – we couldn’t have asked for anything more.
“Those who took part were all there to raise money for a good cause and enjoy themselves too.
“That’s what we are looking for this year – for people to come along, get dressed up as Santa and have a laugh while raising money for a great cause.”
The route will remain the same as last year and participants can do it once, or twice if they wish to complete the full 4km race.
After starting at City Square, the Santas will head along High Street to Murrygate and cut along Panmure Street before passing The McManus.
They will then pass DC Thomson’s headquarters at Meadowside before going round West Bell Street and finishing back up at City Square.
To register your interest and be contacted when bookings go live, visit www.leisureandculture dundee.com/santadash.
Fundraisders can also start fundraising with Virgin Money Giving.