Revellers will line the streets of Burghead to celebrate the annual Burning of the Clavie festival tonight.
Here is everything you need to know.
The ancient fire ritual involves carrying a collection of split casks set alight through the Moray village.
It’s a vital tradition to the Burghead community as Clavie King, Dan Ralph, explains.
Watch his interview below.
The route is along the outline of what was once the village in ancient times, before it was expanded.
The Clavie will be lit on the corner of Granary Street and Brander Street around 6pm.
Once it is alight, the parade then follows down Brander Street and along Station Road past the seafront. It will then turn up Church Street and turn right onto Forteath Street.
Then onward to King Street, right down Sellar Street, and all the way along Grant Street until it finally reaches Doorie Hill – where the Clavie is hammered into place.
The following road closures are in place today from 4.30 pm until 8.30pm:
- Granary Street (From junction with Brander St to junction with Sellar St)
- Brander Street (From junction with King St to junction with Forteath St)
- Station Road (From junction with Brander St to junction with Church St)
- Church Street (For its entire length)
- Forteath Street (From junction with Church St to junction with Brander St)
- King Street (From junction with Brander St to junction with Sellar St)
- Sellar Street (From junction with Granary St to junction with King St)
- Grant Street (From junction with Sellar St to junction with Bath St)
- Bath Street (For its entire length)
According to the Met Office, rain is expected to clear and winds will gradually ease throughout the day.
Temperatures are around 6 °C during the event.