People attending an open-air opera performance next week are being encouraged to travel to the event on public transport.
Ahead of BP Big Screens live showing of La Traviata on Tuesday, Aberdeen City Council has urged people to take go by bus or walk.
There will be limited spaces in both of the Duthie Park car parks, as well as in the surrounding streets, with parking on a strictly first-come-first-served basis.
The screen will go live at 6.30pm with the curtain rising and the opera beginning at 7pm, so visitors are reminded to leave themselves plenty of time to enter the park.
Picnics and portable seating are welcome but no barbecues or naked flames are allowed and spectators are being reminded to dispose of any rubbish responsibly.
A selection of hot and cold soft drinks and baked goods will be available for people to purchase.
Aberdeen’s bylaw on drinking in public places will be lifted between 6pm and 11pm, however, alcohol can only be consumed on the main grass area of Duthie Park.
La Traviata is the story of a beautiful Parisian courtesan prepared to make the ultimate sacrifice for love.