Rock Legend Rod Stewart will play to thousands of fans at Carlisle United's Brunton Park this afternoon.
It's the final date of the singer's latest tour and local businesses are hoping the gig will provide a huge financial boost to the local economy.
His career has spanned more than five decades and includes hits like 'Baby Jane', 'Do you think i'm sexy?' and 'Hot legs'.
Rod Stewart has promised ten thousand pounds towards Cumbria's flood relief efforts.
The singer, who will play at Carlisle United's Brunton Park ground in June, contacted the club to make the offer.
Brunton Park was left underwater after Storm Desmond in December. The playing surface has been replaced at a cost of around £150,000.
It is hoped more details of how the donation will be spent will be released next week.
Rod Stewart's UK tour is heading to Carlisle next year.
The legendary musician will play at Carlisle United's Brunton Park stadium on 21 June 2016.
Tickets go on sale at 9am on Wednesday 30 September.
Rachel Hunter, model and ex-wife of Rod Stewart, has tweeted her excitement about heading to Dumfries to watch their son, Liam, compete at the Under 20's World Ice Hockey Championships.