Thousands of music fans have arrived at Perthshire '80s music festival Rewind.
Despite this week's dismal weather the organisers have vowed the event at Scone Palace will go ahead for the second year running.
Some of the decade's top acts, including the Village People and Sinitta, will be re-visiting their greatest hits during the event which runs until Sunday.
Organisers have warned that the car parks at Rewind are muddy and have encouraged festival goers to use the Stagecoach shuttle buses running from Mill Street, Perth to get to the festival grounds at Scone Palace.
The Rewind festival organisers are also encouraging all festival goers to bring their wellies.
The festival will feature also feature music from Holly Johnson, Five Star, Adam Ant, Jimmy Somerville, Big Country, Marc Almond, Midge Ure, Right Said Fred, Altered Images, ABC, Chesney Hawkes, Limahl, Average White Band and Wang Chung.
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