RETURNING for its 33rd consecutive year next month will be the popular traditional Scottish music, song, dance and comedy showcase Saturday Night at the Auld Meal Mill.
A wide range of acts has been confirmed for the concert on Saturday, September 20, at Aberdeen's Music Hall, from comedian Eddie Rose to Pipe Major Bill Hepburn jnr and The Turriff Pipers.
Fochabers Fiddlers Front Line, an energetic group of experienced performers from Milne's High School led by James Alexander, will be one of the headline acts of the night.
Also on the bill will be the returning Manson Grant and the Dynamos, The Marlene Low Dancers with Pipe Major Pamela Whyte, Robert Lovie, James Alexander and The Reel Ceilidh Band, and The Brandon McPhee Trio.
Promoter Gibson Ross said: "Thanks go to all the folk who have, over the years, helped to keep the Auld Meal Mill going from strength to strength.
"To those who have yet to join us, we hope that you will enjoy the experience of what is always a great night out in Aberdeen."
Buses to the gig will be running from many parts of the North-east, including Whitehills, Banff, Macduff, Turriff, Cuminestown and Fyvie.
They will also be able to make stops at sheltered housing complexes and care homes along the route, and for group bookings contact Mr Ross by calling 07779 226910 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
For all bus times and details, phone Jackie Hepburn at Scotch Corner, Turriff, on 01888 563079.
Tickets priced at £23 (plus booking fee) are available from Aberdeen Box Office by calling 01224 641122 or online at www.boxofficeaberdeen.com
They are also on sale at Scotch Corner with no booking fee.