Thousands of revellers are expected to descend on Slessor Gardens for Oktoberfest this week.
The annual event is back for its eighth year with a new home at the Waterfront site.
Organisers have hailed the move as a “huge step” for the charity bash, which was launched in 2011.
The Rotary Club of Dundee will also showcase international food and drink as part of this week’s celebrations.
Capacity restrictions at the festival’s former home at Discovery Point meant the event had outgrown the venue.
It is anticipated as many as 3,000 people will attend this year.
The event has helped to raise more than £100,000 to support local community projects.
Its new home at Slessor Gardens has already played host to some major acts this year, including Primal Scream as part of the 3D Festival for the V&A opening earlier this month.
And chart-toppers The Magic Numbers will play at Oktoberfest’s grand finale on Saturday.
It is hoped that the opening of the V&A will boost numbers coming to the event, which will be held inside a marquee.
Several local bands, including The Mess Arouns, will be playing over the three days of the festival, which starts on Thursday.
Thursday and Friday tickets are still available, priced £12, and Saturday briefs cost £20.
Robert Dunn, chairman of the Oktoberfest committee, said the event was the “biggest-ever Oktoberfest”.
He added: “It’s great to have an act like The Magic Numbers playing.
“We had got too big for Discovery Point, which can hold about 800 people.
“This year it will be much bigger with an estimated 2,500 to 3,000 people expected over the three days.
“It’s an opportunity to move here, and with the opening of the V&A just weeks before, we’re hoping many people coming for that also decide to attend our event.
“It will all be under a marquee so we’re all set, whether we get the weather or not.”