The Proclaimers announce four 'very special' concerts
Band will play Melrose, Inverness, Edinburgh and Glasgow next summer.
The Proclaimers have announced four "very special" concerts for next summer.
The band will play in Melrose, Inverness, Edinburgh and Glasgow as part of their 14-month tour in support of this year's Angry Cyclist album.
On June 15, the band will play at the Melrose Rugby Club in a big top tent.
They will then perform at Inverness Bught Park on July 6, again in the tent.
Later that month, the band plays at Edinburgh Castle on July 20, while the final show takes place at the Glasgow Hydro on September 14.
The Proclaimers, brother, Craig and Charlie Reid, said: "We are looking forward immensely to coming home during the summer for four major Scottish shows. The atmosphere in Scotland is unique and the whole band looks forward to the concerts.
"It's our first major show in the Borders for several years, great to be returning to Bught Park and the Highlands audience, our first show back in the Castle for many years and also going back to the Hydro and closing our Angry Cyclist World tour with the final show in Glasgow."
Mark Mackie, director of promoters Regular Music, added: "It's great news that The Proclaimers are coming out next summer, covering the country from north to south and east to west with these four very special shows for Scotland."