Revellers are expected to flock to the 17th-century Pitmedden Garden this summer as it plays host to one of the region’s most popular music events.
The Pitmedden Music Festival will kick off on Friday, June 12, at 6pm and will feature acts including Outbox, Voodoo Vibe, the Bon Accord Silver Band, the Oxbow Lake Band and the Revellers.
Attractions will also include a ceilidh, local food stalls, regional beers and children’s events such as puppet shows and bouncy castles.
Festival director, Angie Stemp, said: “We had a very successful festival in 2014, and had over 1,800 people enjoying music over the weekend.
“We have a great programme of music and entertainment planned with something for everyone. I can’t wait for the gates to open.”
Susan Burgess, property manager at the National Trust for Scotland – which manages the site – said: “We are really thrilled that Pitmedden Music Festival is taking place again this year in the beautiful setting of Pitmedden Garden.
“It will be a wonderful event for the whole family, bringing the community together for a fun-filled weekend.”
Camping will be available in a field near the garden.
Tickets for the festival start at £7 for adults.
They will be available from Aberdeen Box Office from today.