Aberdeen will come alive with soulful music on March 22 between 2.30 and 5.30pm when the West End Blues Trail arrives in the city.
Sponsored by Aberdeen Inspired, the trail covers every shade of blue from the sounds of the delta to driving electric rhythms.
The programme features Dixie Fried, the Gerry Jablonski Electric Band, Gus Munro, Toby Mottershead, Jed Potts & The Hillman Hunters and Nicole Smit.
The initiative has been sponsored by Aberdeen Inspired, Creative Scotland, Aberdeen City Council and the hosting venues.
Keith MacRae from Jazz Scotland, said: “We had a great response to our recent Belmont Street Blues afternoon and are thrilled by the programme on offer this year.
“We want to encourage people to explore the West End and to enjoy a perfect afternoon listening to blues”.
Adrian Watson, chief executive of Aberdeen Inspired, said: “The West End Blues Trail is a perfect attraction for jazz and music lovers, there are sounds for everyone to enjoy in some of Aberdeen’s best venues.
“This is a great way to experience the city entirely differently by roaming the trail and checking out the performers.
“We are thrilled to be supporting Aberdeen Jazz Festival once again and proud to have been involved in the festival’s development into one of Scotland’s major jazz events.”
For details about the full West End Blues Trail programme, visit www.aberdeenjazzfestival.com