Thousands of people are expected to attend a fireworks display at the city’s beach this evening.
This year’s event will be set to musical numbers after members of the public picked the theme from a shortlist.
The fireworks will start at 7.30pm and there will be fire jugglers as well as a charity fire walk from 6.30pm.
In 2018, more than 12,000 people turned up to enjoy the free show.
Road closures will be in place, and organisers have urged attendees to walk or use the dedicated park and ride services.
Video: Last year’s display
Greyhope Road, from its junctions with St Fittick’s Road and Coast Road will be shut from 2pm-10pm.
From 5.30pm-9pm, the Beach Boulevard will be closed, along with Links Road from its junction with the Beach Retail Park to the Burger King roundabout.
Accommodation Road; Cotton Street; Constitution Street; Urquhart Road; Miller Street, from its junction at Castle Terrace to its junction at Garvock Wynd; Park Street, at its junction with Justice Port roundabout and Commerce Street at its junction with Justice Port roundabout, will also be affected by closures.
From 9pm-11pm Beach Boulevard, from its south junction with Links Road and its north junction to Links Road, will be shut.
Motorists who do choose to park in the surrounding area should ensure that they follow parking restrictions and expect delays when leaving at the end of the night.
The following road restrictions will also be in place from 5.30pm-9pm: no right turn from entry road at Sunset Boulevard on to Links Road; no right turn from Queens Links Leisure Park car park on to Links Road; no left turn from Beach Retail Park car park on to Links Road; no left turn from Wales Street on to Beach Boulevard; no right turn from Hanover Street on to Beach Boulevard.
Exit from Doubletree by Hilton Hotel will be by right turn on to Links Road and there will be no left turn on to Constitution Street.