Dedicated bus services will ferry fans from north-east towns to P&J Live for a hotly-anticipated Rod Stewart concert, following a successful trial run for Michael Buble shows last week.
Stagecoach North Scotland will now be taking concert-goers from Aberdeenshire areas into the new £333 million arena.
Those travelling to see Rod Stewart from Stonehaven and Ellon will have the option to leave the car at home for the Bucksburn performance on Saturday.
The decision to run extra buses follows complaints from some music fans about congestion around the venue in recent weeks.
The service will be available only to those who have pre-booked and will depart from outside Farmfoods on Barclay Street in Stonehaven, or Ellon Park and Ride.
The buses will go straight to P&J Live and will depart each town at 6.30pm.
The return trip will depart 30 minutes after the concert has ended.
An established PJ1 service will also be available for getting to the gig from the city centre.
The service departs Union Square bus station and operates direct to P&J Live every 10 minutes from 5.30pm until 7.30pm.
Fiona Mann, general manager at P&J Live, said: “The Stagecoach bus service has been a great success already and to work together to bring these additions for Rod Stewart is great news.”
To book a free place on the bus, people should visit: www.rennies.co.uk/rod-stewart