A 34-year-old Inverness woman who inspired a charity fundraiser concert in the city lost her battle with cancer the day before the event was due to take place.
Michelle Campbell had been undergoing treatment for a rare form of ovarian cancer and wanted to do something to raise cash for Macmillan and the Cancer General Fund for Raigmore Hospital.
On Sunday, the Ironworks was set to host a number of old Inverness bands who had reformed in aid of the charities.
However, the gig was cancelled following the announcement of the tragic death on Saturday.
Miss Campbell was engaged to musician Robin Abbot, who is also from Inverness.
Discussions will take place between the event organisers and the bands next week to fix a new date for the concert to go ahead in Miss Campbell’s memory.
Ironworks spokesman Dougie Brown said: “Michelle was a very popular person and we are all saddened and shocked by the news.
“We are going to make sure that it happens because it was important to Michelle and to raise all of this money. We will make sure we see that through for her and raise as much money as possible and make it a night where it’s a celebration of her life.
“We will announce it as soon as we have got a date but it will definitely go ahead.”
Bands who reformed to perform on Sunday include the popular three-piece pop punk band Jetstar, as well as old favourites Lymerick Smith who were due to play their first gig in 10 years.
The Lush Rollers, whose first live performance was in January 1998 in the Market Bar, were also involved alongside Findo Gask, current act Woodentooth, the Mystic Shoes and a DJ set from Netsounds.
The hope is that all of these bands will make it for a rescheduled concert date.