Rod Stewart has announced the venue of his only Scottish gig of his world tour.
The Press and Journal reports that the superstar will perform in Aberdeen for one of the AECC’s final gigs.
It is thought Maggie May be the last act to grace the exhibition centre’s outdoor stage before staff move to the £333 million The Event Complex Aberdeen (TECA) in Bucksburn sometime next year.
The Brit Award-winning 73-year-old is embarking on the seven-date tour to promote his 30th studio album, Blood Red Roses, which will be released at the end of this month.
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The gig, on Wednesday June 12, will mark the first time he has played in the north-east in close to ten years.
Louise Stewart, the AECC’s head of entertainment, exhibitions and marketing, said: “We’re honoured and very excited to welcome Rod Stewart back to Aberdeen.
“This will possibly be our last gig before we move to our new venue, TECA, in summer 2019.
“Rod was one of our first ever gigs here at AECC back in 1991 and now he’ll be one of the last.
“Having last played Pittodrie in 2011, we’re sure everyone’s ready to give our honorary Scottish rock royalty a warm welcome and help us end on a high.”