Radio 1’s Big Weekend will return to Dundee this year, with Harry Styles, Biffy Clyro and Calvin Harris among the headline acts.
Greg James named the six main artists on his show on Radio 1, with AJ Tracey, Camila Cabello and Dua Lipa, heading to the event, too.
And it’s no surprise that many Aberdonians are keen to get their hands on tickets to the popular event.
Kicking off the UK festival season, BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend is one of the biggest dates for music in the country.
So for those of you from the north-east lucky enough to get tickets (when they eventually go on sale), we’ve pulled together some top travel information to get you from the city centre to Dundee.
When does the Big Weekend 2020 take place?
Taking place from May 22-24 at Camperdown Park, this will be the second time the music festival has arrived in the city.
Dundee previously hosted the event in 2006 with Snow Patrol, Muse, Keane, Pink and Sugababes among the acts on the line-up that year.
How many people will be attending?
More than 70,000 music fans are expected to attend over the course of the event.
Where is it being held?
Camperdown Park in Dundee is located just off of the Coupar Angus Road. The venue is an hour and 20 minute drive from Aberdeen.
It takes between an hour and 9 minutes and an hour and 25 minutes to get the train from Aberdeen Train Station.
It takes roughly an hour and 30 minutes to get to Dundee’s Seagate Bus Station from Aberdeen.
Who is performing?
Only six acts have been announced at the moment, they include Camila Cabello, Dua Lipa, Calvin Harris, Harry Styles, AJ Tracey and Biffy Clyro.
The rest of the line-up will be revealed in the coming weeks.
How many acts will there be?
Radio 1’s Big Weekend kicks off the UK’s festival season and bringing more than 70 UK and international artists to the cities it visits.
How do I get tickets?
There is no information on how to get your hands on tickets just yet, however, Radio 1 has urged listeners to keep tuning in to its shows to get the details which will be announced in the coming weeks.
Previously, buying tickets online has involved applying for tickets in one of three postcode-based ‘pots’. Locals are given priority. Some listeners have also won free tickets to the event by entering into competitions running on the show.