One of the biggest bands on the indy music scene have confirmed they are coming to Lossiemouth next month.
Toploader are best known for their global smash-hit song Dancing in the Moonlight and will be headline a concert alongside some of Moray’s most highly rated bands.
The Roov, Gordon James and the Power, Edgar Road and William Freeman make up the rest of the bill.
Lossiemouth Town Hall will play host to this event on Saturday, April 27 with doors opening at 6pm.
It has been organised by a local man who has started his own music events and management company.
Andy Mac founded YBD Music in 2004 after he graduated from university in Preston.
He was born in Elgin before attending Hopeman Primary School and then Lossiemouth High School.
YBD Music has already worked with some of the biggest names in the entertainment business including S Club 7, Lethal Bizzle, Tom Zanetti and Scouting For Girls.
Now, Mr Mac is representing Lossiemouth band The Roov who have been tipped for stardom by music experts such as Jim Gellatly and were voted by the fans to play an exclusive set at Belladrum.
He said: “I frequently travel to Lossiemouth to visit my dad and step-mum and I heard good things about this particular band called ‘The Roov and, after a couple of meetings, I became their manager.
“First thing I did afterwards was speak to Toploader and told them about this band, and they agreed to come to Lossiemouth to perform a live gig on the same bill.
“I’ve found some more of the best talent Moray has to offer and we now have an extremely unique and intimate music event booked for Lossiemouth Town Hall.”
Toploader are one of the biggest bands to play in Lossiemouth in years, and music aficionados have been warned the show will sell out quickly.
The event only has 250 tickets available to purchase and they can be bought from Miele’s Ice Cream shop, or Via www.facebook.com/YBDMusic.
Tickets go on sale on Wednesday and cost £17.50 online or £20 from Miele’s.