Moray will play host to a world famous dance event for the first time as two top DJs play in Elgin Town Hall.
The venue will stage a Cream club night on Saturday, October 19, with legendary performers Seb Fontaine and Tall Paul spinning the decks.
Tall Paul reached number five in the UK pop charts with Let Me Show You in 1998, under the name Camisra, and has produced a string of hits including house anthem Rock Da House.
Seb Fontaine began his career as a resident DJ for the Cream nightclub and is widely known for his Saturday night show on Radio One.
Both DJs continue to tour all over the world, playing club nights and festivals.
The concert has been arranged by the Digital Love firm, which runs Keith’s Friendly Fest.
Organiser, Russell Aitchison, said “We are over the moon to have managed to book one of the biggest dance brands in the world to play at Elgin Town Hall.
“We have secured two huge DJs to headline the event. The reaction since we initially revealed Cream is coming to Elgin has been incredible and we expect this event to sell out very quickly.”
Cream resident Andy Mac and local DJ Cheynie also feature on the bill, while a second stage will host TLF’s Tim Haux, Zan Heimer and Danny Reid along with Scott Langley and Alan Grant.
The legendary Cream brand started with a club night in Liverpool in 1992 and from there it has grown to be one the most famous dance organisations in the world.