Pop icons Steps are just a few hours away from playing their open-air gig in Dundee — and excitement is reaching fever pitch as the stage for the show takes shape.
Slessor Gardens will be packed with fans tonight eager to see the group perform some of their greatest hits.
But before they do, the crowd will be treated to top tunes from Power of Muzik, Bjorn Again and boy band Blue.
Concert-goers at the Waterfront venue will be able to warm up with some classic ABBA tunes, as well as singing along to Blue’s best known tracks All Rise and Fly by.
Steps’ Faye Tozer spoke to the Tele earlier this year and revealed how much the band were looking forward to the city gig.
“Oh my goodness we are so excited,” she said.
“We have always been so lucky with our Scottish fans and had a lovely time when we were up north.
“We’ve got some fantastic dancers. They are incredible.”
Several roads around Slessor Gardens have been closed to allow the show to go on.
City centre bus stops will be relocated to Ward Road, Seagate, Seagate Bus Station and Commercial Street on the day.
For those driving, the cost of parking will be £2 after 2pm in the Greenmarket, Gellatly Street and Olympia car parks.
Police Scotland have reminded the public that fans’ bags will be searched on entry and are advising people to arrange a meeting place if they become separated from their friends and family, particularly if they are attending with children. Doors to the concert venue open at 4pm.
Steps are the first big name to play Slessor Gardens this year, ahead of Rita Ora’s performance in July and Simple Minds arriving in September.
Last year, Little Mix, Olly Murs and UB40 all performed there.