He has played to audiences around the world, selling more than 100 million records – and now Bryan Adams is hoping to charm crowds in Montrose.
The Canadian rocker will be headlining MoFest this Sunday in what will be this year’s final act to take to the stage.
The 56-year-old’s performance in front of thousands of fans is part of his UK-wide Get Up Tour.
This will be his only open-air show in Scotland – and he believes it will be “great”.
Bryan said: “I’m really enjoying my tour and am looking forward to heading up to Montrose for my only Scottish outdoor show.
“People can expect two hours of music and the crowds in Scotland are fantastic.
“It’s going to be great.”
Bryan is headlining this year’s event which has been organised by LCC Live and the Montrose Music Festival.
Claire Kidger, of LCC Live, said: “From the moment we announced Bryan Adams’ Montrose show, anticipation and excitement have been building.
“With just days to go until the show, we have a full team on site transforming the East Links into an outdoor music arena.
“The response we’ve had from music fans from across Scotland has been phenomenal and we’re delighted with ticket sales.
“For those who have a ticket, it’s going to be an amazing night but for those who haven’t yet got a ticket, you’d best be quick as tickets are selling fast.”
The East Links area of the town will be transformed over the course of this week in preparation for the concert.
David Paton, chairman of the Montrose Music Festival, said: “There’s a real sense of excitement building around Montrose and within the local community as fans from across Scotland get ready to welcome Bryan Adams for his only Scottish outdoor show this year. What a great finale to a very successful ninth Montrose Music Festival.”
This year’s festival has been spread over two months, with the majority of the acts having played in the Angus town at the end of May. The event has seen more than 120 gigs in total.