A Dundee street is set to be packed out for the annual Christmas lights celebrations.
A host of festivities will take place on Lochee High Street tonight.
But Santa is leaving his reindeer behind for the big event and will instead be riding through High Street on a motorbike.
He will be followed by Dundee Pipe Band before the big switch-on.
The event is part of a collaboration by a number of groups including Lochee Community Hub, St Mary’s Parish Church and Lochee Parish Church.
Heather Henry, from the Lochee Events Team, hopes the community will turn out in force like they did for the hugely successful summer fun day earlier in the year.
She said: “The kids absolutely loved Santa on the bike last year and we’ve got him back on it this year so it should be fantastic.
“It’s a free event for all the family so we would love everyone to come and enjoy it.
“We’re starting off with the arts and crafts stalls through the day at the library and then we’ll take it right through with all the different events and the service at Lochee Parish Church as well.
“People said to us after the summer fun day that they wanted us to have something like that every month but this is our first chance since then to do something like it.
“The businesses did brilliantly on that day so we’re hoping for good weather this time as well and we’re very, very excited for it.”
Arts and crafts, tombola and cake and candy will be available at the hub and the library from 3.15pm until 8pm with the church service taking place between 6-6.45pm.
A short procession from Bank Street along High Street will culminate in the lights being switched on by the winner of the poster competition at 7pm.
Refreshments and activities will be on offer at St Mary’s Church between 7.30pm and 8.30pm.
According to Heather, the event would not be happening if it was not for the support of Lochee Regeneration Forum.
She added: “We really have to thank the forum for the support they’ve given us.
“It’s a free event and that funding means we don’t have to charge anything.
“It’s a big partnership of lots of different groups that all have the same ethos to bring some good to Lochee and make kids proud of where they come from.”