There is a last chance for Status Quo fans who have been unable to get tickets for their sell-out Montrose gig on Friday to go, the Review can reveal.
The Montrose Music Festival (MoFest) team have kept back a small number of tickets, which will go on sale on Friday (May 23).
Anne Jenkins, secretary for MoFest, said: “We’ve kept back approximately 30 tickets for Status Quo that will be sold on a first come first served basis at the box office on Friday.
“We kept these back to dispel ticket touts waiting outside the arena on Friday night.
“The box office opens at 4 p.m., once the tickets are gone, that’s it.”
Quo fans are being been warned not to buy any tickets from touts for the MoFest concert.
Touts have been selling tickets for the gig at inflated prices on the Internet.
Single £37.50 tickets are being sold for £50 on Gumtree and a pair of tickets are going for as much as £150.
The MoFest events team are urging fans not to buy tickets from touts outside the arena to avoid disappointment as official ones have barcodes which will be scanned.
The stage for the Status Quo concert on the East Links has begun to be erected.
Sound checks are due to start on Thursday (May 22).