A Moray rock concert will showcase young and old local musical talent while also raising money in memory of a local man.
Called Rock for MND, the event aims to fundraise for Motor Neurone Disease Scotland.
Local bands including the Fireflies and The Low Down will perform at the gig at Grant Hall in Rothes on Saturday September 15.
Also taking part will be talented youngsters from Moray Music Lessons, who will gain valuable experience of performing in front of a live audience.
The concert is in memory of Craigellachie man James Combe, who was a school friend of members of the Fireflies and diagnosed with MND in 2015 before passing away in September 2016.
Mark Aldridge, one of the organisers, explained why they decided to put on this concert.
“One of our friends James was diagnosed with MND in 2015 and we became aware of how much if affected him and his family.
“This event will see us to try and raise funds for the families of those affected with this disease.”
Rock for MND will take place at 7.45pm and is a bring your own booze event, with tickets costing £10.
Mr Aldridge promised that the concert will be well worth the entry fee.
He said: “There will be almost four hours of live music from the across the musical spectrum. We have talented children performing from Moray Music Lessons, the Low Down who are a blues rock bands who play a lot of Thin Lizzy and ZZ Top stuff.
“And then headlining we have the Fireflies who play a very eclectic mix of music from heavy rock to Prince.
“So this is a really good musical event, as the bands and musicians are all good quality.”
Iain McWhirter, MND Scotland’s head of fundraising, was excited about the event.
He said: “It is fantastic that these friends have come together to organise an event which is so special to them. The funds raised will go towards helping us continue to provide practical, emotional and financial support to those affected by Motor Neurone Disease in Scotland, and fund research into a cure.
“Thank you to everyone who has played a part in organising this event; you’re making a real difference.”
Tickets can be purchased for this event from various shops around Moray or online through skiddle.com.