A host of old Inverness bands will reform for a Christmas concert to raise vital funds for two cancer charities.
The Ironworks is set to host the charity fundraiser in aid of Macmillan and the Cancer General Fund for Raigmore Hospital on December 27.
All of the acts are taking part free of charge and every penny from ticket sales and the raffle will be split between both causes.
The inspiration for the fundraiser came from Michelle Campbell, from Inverness, who has been undergoing treatment for a rare form of ovarian cancer. The 34-year-old wanted to do something to raise cash for the charities and felt a gig would be the best way to do it.
Bands performing on the night include the popular three-piece pop punk band Jetstar, as well as old favourites Lymerick Smith who will play their first gig in 10 years.
The Lush Rollers, whose first live performance was in January 1998 in the Market Bar, will also make an appearance alongside Findo Gask, and current act Woodentooth.
The Mystic Shoes will be keeping the party going into the small hours along with a DJ set from Netsounds and a special guest act who will soon be announced.
Ms Campbell said: “I am really delighted that so many fantastic Inverness bands have agreed to reform in order to raise money for Macmillan and the Inverness Cancer General Fund for Raigmore, who have provided such an incredible amount of support to myself, family and friends.
“The line-up is looking amazing and will it will be great to see so many great bands back together for the night.”
Tickets cost £8 and go on sale on Friday this week from The Ironworks and via www.ironworksvenue.com