Inverness will be transformed into Motown for one night only in a fundraising venture for the Highland Hospice.
The Motown Night will be held at the Kingsmills Hotel on March 27.
The organisers hope to raise £100,000 which will go towards the construction of a new palliative care unit at the hospice.
A range of prizes will be auctioned off on the night to raise funds, including hospitality tickets to the Scottish Open Golf and the opportunity for the Kingsmills’ chef to prepare a meal for eight at home.
Joyce Arbuckle, area director of sales at Kingsmills Hotel, said “We are delighted to be supporting such a worthwhile and unfortunately essential cause, and have been touched by the generosity of our partners who have kindly donated raffle and auction prizes.
“We have been working hard to put everything in place for our charity Motown Night and hope to raise a significant sum of money to aid Highland Hospice.”
Tickets are available at the Kingsmills Hotel or online.