A splash of colour is returning to the North-east tomorrow.
Holi Mela is returning for another year, allowing people in the North-east to throw powdered paint at each other.
A traditional Hindu festival, it celebrates the beginning of spring after the long winter.
Along with the colour throwing, the Ashdale Hall in Westhill will also play host to stalls raising awareness of different parts of Hindu culture, as well as live cooking from Shri Bheema’s Indian restaurant.
The Indian Association of North East Scotland (IANES) is hosting the event for the fourth straight year.
IANES General Secretary Amol Bali said: “We have received great support from all the different communities in Aberdeen.”
Funds from the event will this year be donated to the VSA.
Tickets are completely sold out.