The north-east's newest concert venue has teamed up with one of the region's biggest transport providers to make travel easier for gig-goers.
A reveller has been fined £1,000 after getting drunk at a beer event in Aberdeen and attacking a security guard.
For almost 30 years, fans have been enjoying seeing some of the biggest stars in the north-east. But how much of those visits do you remember? Can you name the first act to perform there? And has returned the most? Take our quiz and test your AECC knowledge.
To mark the end of the AECC, we’ve had a look through our archives for pictures of some of the great shows fans have enjoyed through the years. Do you spot anyone you know? You can read more of our Remembering the AECC coverage here.
Aberdeen FC were Scottish champions, Back to the Future was the top-grossing film at the cinema, and the north-east’s very own Annie Lennox was top of the charts with There Must Be An Angel.
Hundreds of acts have wowed crowds with shows at the AECC since it opened in 1985. Check out our timeline to see how many of these shows you remember: And here’s the musical and comedy acts that have performed the most.
It's been almost 30 years since the first gig was held at the AECC.
Rock legend Rod Stewart brought the curtain down at the AECC last night and delighted a packed crowd with five decades’ worth of hits in the Granite City.
Were you at the 1997 Oasis gig in Aberdeen? Relive that night by reading our review from the time. Today it was announced Liam Gallagher will play P&J Live in Aberdeen later this year. Read the full story here.
Fans of Liam Gallagher will be excited about today's announcement that he is returning to the north-east to play at the new P&J Live venue.
Dismayed Rod Stewart fans braved the weather on Wednesday night in the wake of the late decision to cancel his outdoor performance.
Sir Rod Stewart was forced to cancel his sell-out Aberdeen concert at the 11th hour as high winds and rain battered the north and north-east.
Rod Stewart's outside gig at the AECC tonight has been rescheduled due to adverse weather conditions.
Rod Stewart will take to the stage at the AECC tonight - and will be the last act that ever will.
As the old AECC hosted its last show on Saturday night, Bill Bailey gave the demolition teams a head start by almost bringing the house down.
‘A voyage around my mind, I suppose you could say’: We speak to Bill Bailey ahead of his return to Aberdeen
In his 25 years on the UK comedy scene, Bill Bailey has gone through various incarnations.
Tonight's announcement that WWE will stage its first wrestling show at the new AECC in November has caused much excitement among north-east fans.
The musclebound combatants of WWE will duke it out during the American organisation's first ever show at the new AECC later this year.
A group of women protesting problems with their pensions said they were left “disgusted” after a Scottish Conservative conference attendee allegedly told them they should be dead by now, before laughing and blowing kisses at them.
Pop sensation Olly Murs has kicked off his 2019 tour in Aberdeen this evening.
Singer Olly Murs has lit up the stage of the AECC kicking off his UK tour with a bang.
Mickey Mouse will take audiences in Aberdeen through 100 years of movie magic with the return of a popular show this autumn.
A number of oil and gas workers have taken on a 130ft drop to raise funds for a neurological care centre in Aberdeen.
Dozens of daredevils have scaled one of the tallest buildings in Aberdeen to raise money for a specialist charity.
All manner of supercars will be revving their engines for a new exhibition in Aberdeen this year.
Johnny Mac and the Faithful have been unveiled as the special guest act to support rock legend Sir Rod Stewart during his summer tour.
Property development and construction giant Henry Boot said yesterday work on the £333 million Teca project in Aberdeen helped underpin the second-best annual profits performance in its 133-year history.
A children's charity campaigning to build an £8 million family centre in Aberdeen will receive a boost from the city's new entertainment complex.
Celine Dion, Oasis and The Smiths are an example of the calibre of names that will be attracted to the city's new £333 million gig venue, council leaders have claimed.
A city church could move to the site of the Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre.
The UK’s £7.5 billion subsea sector needs to shed its “master and servant mindset”, an industry veteran said yesterday.
One of the largest gaming events in Scotland will return to the north-east this autumn.