Fans of pop superstar Gary Barlow are being urged to brace themselves when tickets for the show go on sale on Friday.
The Take That frontman will bring his 2018 solo tour to Perth on April 19 then in Dundee on April 20.
Today, gig organisers have revealed the ticket prices ahead of the briefs going up for grabs and have warned that “demand will be vastly in excess of the supply of tickets.”
It has also been confirmed that the re-selling of tickets on a third party website will result in cancellation of the booking.
There are four different ticket prices starting at £38.50 (including booking fee).
The next ticket band is at £51, followed by £68.40 per ticket.
For die hard fans, a VIP ticket is on offcer at £168.50 each. This gives you a seat in the front seven rows, a pre-signed tour programme, a Gary Barlow VIP tote bag, commemorative VIP laminate & custom lanyard and an exclusive Gary Barlow VIP tour gift.
Only four tickets can be bought per person.
Ahead of the ticket sale, a spokesman for Leisure & Culture Dundee said: “We are delighted that Gary Barlow has chosen to include the Caird Hall in his 2018 solo tour.
“We are also very aware that we are not an arena and that the anticipated demand will be vastly in excess of the supply of tickets.
“This is a major UK tour and the promoter has split the allocations on the same basis for all venues.
“It is unlikely booking will be possible by phone or in person as previously Gary Barlow concert tour tickets sell out in minutes online.”
KT Tunstall will perform as the support artist before Barlow plays his two Tayside shows as part of a 34-date UK tour.