An East Lothian festival has received funding from the government to help them light up a castle with a music show.
Lammermuir Festival has received £54,000 to help them attract more visitors to the event.
They have used the money to create Beautiful Music, Beautiful Places, a music, sound and light event. Tantallon Castle will host the show, being lit up by lights during the performance.
The money comes from Creative Scotland’s One Step Further programme which aims to boost festivals in Scotland and attract more visitors to the country.
James Waters, director of the festival, said: “We are so excited that Creative Scotland has given us the chance to create a truly spectacular live event at one of Scotland’s most important heritage sites.”
Andrew Dixon, Chief Executive of Creative Scotland, said: “Scotland is a year-round festival nation, with an exciting programme of world-class events, festivals and culture for all to enjoy.
“This takes us one step further in attracting more tourists to Scotland to enjoy our rich cultural programme and ensuring that Scotland is recognised as a leading creative nation.”
The third Lammermuir Festival will take place in September.