Relighting their campfires for the summer are Aberdeen's first and favourite tribute act The Bloody Marys at the citys Lemon Tree on Saturday June 7.
Following their sell out show at Christmas, the transvestite trio are back to celebrate the changing of the season and invite fans to come and join them round the campfire as the boys get their 'ging gang goolies out.
As well as new numbers, at their Summer Camp the Marys will of course pay tribute to the classics from Abba, the Rocky Horror Show to their legendary Take That routines (dance moves included!).
Singer Ian Gray said: "We hope that people enjoy our summer show, as along with our Christmas Show are the only public gigs we are playing in Aberdeen this year. So it will be special.
We promise all the old nonsense, and some new tunes as well. The Lemon Tree is always like a homecoming for us as the city centre is where it all started."
The band, who consist of Ian Gray on vocals, guitarist Barry Dodds and Steve Morrison on keyboards, have been wowing crowds since their reformation in 2011.
The first time around in the nineties the Bloody Marys sold out the Capitol Theatre three times and also the Music Hall for their farewell gig. Voted Holsten Pils band of the year in 1995 they enjoy a loyal following of fans across the North-east. Later this year the group celebrate their 20th anniversary.
Tickets cost £16.50 including booking fee and are available online at www.aberdeenperformingarts.com, by phone at 01224 641122 and at Aberdeen Box Office at the Music Hall and His Majestys Theatre.