Bruce Springsteen is set to return to Scotland after seven years on Tuesday, bringing his E Street Band to Edinburgh.
Following Beyoncé and Harry Styles, the rockstar will take the stage at BT Murrayfield stadium on May 30.
The 73-year-old will then move on to Birmingham and finish off with back-to-back dates at the American Express presents BST Hyde Park festival.
The Edinburgh date will see The Boss return to Scotland for the first time since 2016, when he played Glasgow’s Hampden Park as part of his River tour.
Springsteen and The E Street Band’s most recent studio album Letter To You, which shot to number one in 11 countries, marked their first time recording live together in decades.
Lothian Buses have shared a full timetable of buses that may be diverted, delayed or cancelled due to the gig, available on their website.
Traffic Scotland said it expects traffic to be heavy on the M8, A720, M90 and over the Queensferry Crossing, and advised concertgoers to take public transport where possible.
Scotrail will be running extra services and adding carriages to trains after the concert, in an effort to cope with the pressure of more than 50,000 fans at Murrayfield.
The rail operator advised attendees to get to the venue early, with gates set to open at 4.30pm.