THE organisers of a sold-out gig in Garelochhead this weekend have warned people to be wary of any scammers trying to sell them tickets for a sold-out concert in the village.

Queen tribute band Magic Queen are set to take to the stage in Garelochhead on the opening night of a Scottish tour - before playing at one of the most famous venues in Scotland.

Described as "the most prolific and dynamic Queen tribute band in Europe", the band will recreate the iconic sound of Freddie Mercury, Brian May, Roger Taylor and John Deacon at the Gibson Hall in the village.

The band's set list features all of Queen's global hits, including One Vision, Don't Stop Me Now, We Will Rock You, You're My Best Friend, We Are The Champions and of course Bohemian Rhapsody.

Magic Queen and their support band, Napoleon Complex, will be on stage at the Gibson Hall on Saturday, September 30.

A spokesperson for the Gibson Hall said in a social media statement: "Sorry folks - Magic Queen tickets are sold out.

"Please be aware of scammers trying to sell you a ticket."

Magic Queen will then perform at the Royal Concert Hall in Glasgow on Sunday evening, with further gigs lined up in Haddington and Comrie later this month.