A new date has been confirmed for Aberdeenshire’s Re-Live 90s festival.
The music event, which was supposed to take place on Saturday July 25, has been rescheduled for Saturday October 17.
The festival will now be headlined by 90s pop stars Urban Cookie Collective and DJ Seb Fontaine at the Thainstone Exchange in Inverurie.
The Complete Stone Roses, Robbie Williams tribute band and Britpop Essential Selection will also perform on the day.
Organiser Russell Aitchison said: “We are thrilled to be bringing this new event to Inverurie and the surrounding area.
“The 90s are currently having a huge resurgence and we are delighted to have secured two original acts to perform.
“The Urban Cookie Collective had two huge singles in the 90s which are still played regularly in the clubs throughout the world today.
“Seb Fontaine is still one of the most popular DJs on the circuit and continues to sell out shows around the world.
“The Complete Stone Roses always put on a great show and along with all our other acts they will create an unbelievable day of 90s and 00s nostalgia.”