ALL roads lead to Ingliston for the Capital's Little Mix fans tomorrow when the all girl band, currently one of the biggest pop acts in the UK, play outdoors at the Royal Highland Centre.
The band who stormed the charts with a string of hits including Shout Out to My Ex, Black Magic, Hair and Wings, will be supported by Australian indie pop band Sheppard, and chart topper Ella Eyre, whose collaboration with Rudimental scored her a No 1 with Waiting All Night.
Stage times for the evening will see Sheppard take to the stage at 6.35pm, followed by Ella Eyre at 7.25pm.
Little Mix are scheduled to appear at 8.30pm and expected to perform tracks from their new album Glory Days as well as their hits.
Yesterday we revealed that event organisers had issued a safety warning ahead of the concert. Thousands of fans are expected to flock to see the supergroup and extra security measures are being put in place.
The following advice has been issued to all those attending the concert with fans being urged to follow the safety advice.
• No bags bigger than A4 size will be allowed into the concert arena, and bags which are larger will be placed into a holding area. The owner will be issued will a ticket to retrieve the bag at the end of the concert.
• Car parks open at 2pm hours - gates open at 6pm
• All children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult.
• Commuters have been advised to arrive in plenty of time with Friday June 30 being the first day of school holidays.
• Those travelling to and from the concert are being urged to plan their route accordingly.
• Revellers are being encouraged to stay in groups and have the necessary contact details of people within your group.