Music icon Sir Tom Jones will play in Dundee this summer when he sets foot on the Green, Green Grass of Slessor Gardens.
The Welsh legend will belt out classics like She’s A Lady, Delilah, and What’s New Pussycat when he takes to the stage on Saturday July 27.
The concert has been put on by promoters the Liz Hobbs Group and promises to be a memorable night for Dundee.
Liz Doogan-Hobbs, chief executive of promoters LHG Live, said Sir Tom is a performer she has been keen to bring to Dundee for some time.
She said: “We are delighted to be working with Tom Jones once again.
“He remains one of the most popular artists in the industry and truly captivates his fans whenever he takes to the stage.
“I have been trying to bring him to Dundee since we started doing concerts in Slessor Gardens three years ago but this is the first time the dates have worked out.
“He was one of the first names I put on my list to bring here and I’m delighted that he will now perform in Dundee this summer.
“Dundee is a vibrant place and we are certain that the concert is going to be greatly welcomed in the city, promising an evening filled with Tom’s most recognisable and popular hits.
“We are looking forward to seeing all his fans there.”
Sir Tom isn’t the first big name to perform at Slessor Gardens in recent years, with the likes of Little Mix, Simple Minds and Primal Scream among others taking to the stage.
Craig David is also pencilled in for this year as top acts make their way north of the border.
Liz reckons more and more big name acts will see Dundee as an attractive proposition in the months and years to come as the city continues to grow.
And she believes word is already getting out about the Slessor Gardens venue.
Liz added: “Dundee is really beginning to earn itself a fantastic international reputation for everything that is going on in the city.
“World class artists like Sir Tom are talking about Slessor Gardens.
“They are asking about the venue and word is spreading that it is a great place to perform.”
Tickets for the Tom Jones concert go on sale on Friday at 9am.
Standing tickets cost £39.50, £45 and £60.
There is a booking fee for all tickets, which are available from tomjones.com, ticketmaster.co.uk and lhgtickets.com.