Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds have this morning announced they will perform in Inverness this summer.
The former Oasis guitarist and singer and his band will perform an outdoor show at Bught Park on June 8.
The concert will form part of Live in the City, a series of gigs for the Highland capital.
2018 was a successful year for Noel, who landed a Mercury Prize nomination for the High Flying Birds’ album Who Built The Moon?, the band’s third number one in a row.
They also toured across North America, Europe and Asia with Noel picking up the Best Album and Solo Artist accolades at the Q Awards.
Joining the line-up for the evening are indie rockers Razorlight and Neon Waltz, Britain’s most northerly band from John O’Groats, will be special guests.
Local concert promoter LCC Live is organising the event.
Carlie Davidson of LCC Live said: “Noel is a legend of the music industry, who along with his band, will take to the stage and deliver an array of classic songs from his career including recent hits Holy Mountain and It’s A Beautiful World.
“We’re absolutely delighted to be organising his only Scottish outdoor show in 2019 at our fantastic arena in Bught Park.
“It will be a great night and Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, is a superb addition to our eclectic series of live concerts this summer.”
Tickets for Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds in Inverness go on sale at 9am on Friday from Ticketline or in person from Cafferys Menswear, Eastgate Shopping Centre, Inverness.