Tickets for Radio 2’s Biggest Weekend in Perth are being sold for more than £200 on secondary ticketing sites.
Saturday tickets for Noel Gallagher’s Scone Palace headline appearance in May sold out on Monday and were originally priced at £18 plus £4.50 booking fee.
The BBC said people trying to use resold or cancelled tickets will be refused entry to the venue.
A spokesman for the broadcaster said the lead booker’s name will be printed on all tickets.
“ID checks will be carried out at the entrance,” he said.
Mid-Scotland and Fife Conservative MSP Murdo Fraser said: “I know there will be a lot of disappointed local residents seeking tickets on secondary markets and I would encourage them not to do so.”