The frontman from Scottish indie band The View will play two north-east gigs this summer.
Kyle Falconer will perform in The Tunnels in Aberdeen on August 3 before heading north to Fraserburgh to perform at the town’s leisure centre later that month as part of the No Thank You tour.
The band celebrated 10 years since its chart-topping platinum-selling album Hats Off To the Buskers last year.
The album also spawned hit singles Wasted Little DJs and Superstar Tradesman.
Same Jeans writer Kyle will play the gig in the Broch on August 25, which could attract up to 700 fans. Fraserburgh promoter David Quigley said it would be a child-friendly event and he was delighted to bring Kyle to the town.
Mr Quigley said he had been working for more than a year to bring the performer to the north-east.
The 32-year-old said: “I have a friend who is a promoter in Glasgow and it was through him that we got the ball rolling.
“It probably started last year and it had fallen through a couple of times but it is great that we have it confirmed now.
“We’ve had big names come to Fraserburgh before like Big Country because the Leisure Centre is big enough to hold these bands.
“What I normally see is Fraserburgh being missed out and gigs tend to go to Aberdeen and Inverness and we want to bring them here.”
David added tickets will be limited to help ensure young music fans are kept safe.
He said: “The leisure centre in Fraserburgh holds easily 1,400 people but what we are looking to do is create a safe environment for children to attend so it will be limited to 700 tickets.
“I have had lengthy discussions with the venue because I have seen events where there are so many people that people end up getting squished and we want a safe standing area for the gig.
“I believe this event will attract a young crowd. If it is successful we will definitely look at doing more.”