Runrig have announced that a limited number of extra tickets will be made available for their farewell gig.
The Scottish band said, following discussions between promoters, Stirling Council and the safety group, extra tickets were available for the concert at City Park on Friday August 17.
An estimated 50,000 tickets for the two gigs – the second taking place on Saturday August 18 – sold out shortly after going on sale.
Calum Macdonald said: “We have been overwhelmed by the support we’ve had from our fans for our final live shows. Aware that there is still high demand for tickets, we have been working hard with the concert promoter, LCC Live, to increase capacity generally and to confirm the stage and production details, which in turn have generated some extra tickets.
“The Last Dance is certainly going to be an emotional experience for us all: an event like non-other in our 45-year history.
“We look forward to sharing the experience with our incredible fans and special guests for two great evenings of live music.”
The extra tickets will be released at 10am on Friday.
Runrig have also confirmed Julie Fowlis, who featured on the soundtrack for Brave, as their first special guest.
Julie said: “It is a huge honour to be invited to support Runrig for their big finale.
“My childhood heroes, I am immensely proud of the band and what they have done for Gaelic and Scottish music around the world.
“It is sure to be a poignant performance; a memorable weekend, that I wouldn’t miss for the world.
“Come and join us and let’s give Runrig the send-off they deserve!”