An Aberdeen bar is celebrating its 10 year anniversary today by hosting a series of events.
Independent family-owned Irish bar Malones will celebrate the occasion by putting on an array of live music acts and open mic nights.
In total 10 local musicians will mark the celebration with performances throughout the week.
The bar, which is situated on Shiprow, will also put the price of Guinness back to what it was in 2009 to £2.55 from today until Wednesday.
Keith Martin, who has overseen Malones since it opened its doors, said its success is down to a simple recipe of live music and sport, great staff and fantastic customers.
He said: “We wanted to create a bar similar to what we would get at home in Ireland, independently owned and good craic. In order to achieve that you need great people each side of the bar with good entertainment in nice surroundings.
“Being independent we can react quickly to what our patrons want. A few years ago some regulars suggested seven nights of live music so the following week and every night since, we have had live music acts on after the sport.
“We put in so much work to ensure we offer a quality pint of Guinness that we thought turning its price back 10 years would be a good way to toast our birthday. Malones would like to thank their extended family, all the staff, musicians and regulars over the 10 years that have made the dream a reality.”