THOUSANDS of people are expected to visit Forres for the second Colours of Cluny show.
The light and sound extravaganza attracted crowds to the town in 2016, and is back with an opening night tomorrow.
Organisers Forres Features Community Interest Company are confident this year’s event will be bigger and better than the inaugural one.
All the profits from the event go back into the show held around Cluny Hill, Grant Park and Nelson’s Tower.
A new fire pit for toasting marshmallows will be introduced this year, along with live performances and spectacular special effects.
The show, which costs over £200,000 to stage, will take visitors on a journey through Grant Park, illuminating the natural landscape in an array of sound and light, before heading towards the finale at Nelson’s Tower on Cluny Hill.
Demand for tickets is extremely high and Forres Features is urging people to book online to avoid disappointment.
Colours of Cluny principal funders are Highland and Islands Enterprise, EventScotland, The Budge Foundation and Berry Burn Community Fund.
Tickets and more information are available at www.coloursofcluny.com