The sky will light up above the North-east when annual bonfire and fireworks spectaculars get under way.
Roaring bonfires will keep thousands of people warm as they watch an array of colours in the sky over the next three weeks.
The biggest display – at Aberdeen Beach – has in previous years seen almost 12,000 people flock to the extravaganza.
The show at the Queens Links on Saturday, November 5, will be filled with food, fire jugglers and a charity firewalk kicking off at 7pm.
Scheduled to be a musical display the fireworks are expected to last for 20 minutes. Sparklers are allowed at the city display but residents are being reminded to wrap up warm and leave any pets at home.
Road closures will be put in place across the day including Greyhope Road, Beach Boulevard, Accommodation Road, Cotton Street, and Constitution Street.
Partial closures will see Links Road from its junction at the Beach Retail Park and roundabout at the Beach Ballroom, the Esplanade from north of Accommodation Road to the roundabout at Burger King, Urquhart Road from its junction at Park Road to Links Road, Miller Street from Castle Terrace to Garvock Wynd.
The majority of the closures will be from 6pm until 9.30pm.
Across Aberdeenshire and Moray a number of displays are set to take place over the next three weeks.
This Friday Aden Country Park near Mintlaw will have its Aden-een, The Shell Fireworks Parade.
The event is celebrating the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death with characters and scenes from some of the most famous plays filling the woods.
Live music, projections, and a range of food stalls will also be available before and after the main parade and fireworks display in the ruins of the old Aden Estate mansion house.