Tens of thousands of people are expected to descend on city parks for this year’s firework displays on Bonfire Night.
The pyrotechnic celebrations will once again be held at Baxter and Lochee Parks on Monday at 7pm, with the lighting of the bonfires at 6.15pm.
This year’s theme – Party! – will pay homage to musical acts which have performed in the City of Discovery, including Simple Minds, Blue and The Proclaimers.
Dundee City Council officials visited Baxter Park along with representatives from Police Scotland and the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service (SFRS) to warn of the potential dangers of Bonfire Night and stress the need to stay safe.
Revellers have been asked not to bring their own fireworks, sparklers or Chinese lanterns.
SFRS group manager Craig Thomson urged the public to attend organised events.
And the convener of community safety and public protection, Councillor Alan Ross, said: “Everyone should join us at these fantastic Bonfire Night displays – not only are they a great night, they keep our community safe.
“Every year we work closely with our partners to raise awareness of the risks and dangers associated with unsupervised fireworks, and highlight the importance of coming along to our safe displays.”
Councillor Lynne Short, convener of city development, said there was an “incredible team” working behind this year’s displays.
She said: “Bonfire Night is always good fun and I’m thrilled to give people the opportunity to enjoy our exciting fireworks displays.
“We are lucky to have an incredible team here in Dundee who work hard to make sure our firework displays happen. I would like to thank them for the hard work they do. Our Bonfire Night events are always hugely popular and enjoyed across the region so I would encourage everyone to come along on time and enjoy our fantastic displays.”