No major music festivals return to Scottish cities this year.
Bash came to the city last year, but organizers announced it would not be returning.
DF Concert bosses said the event will not return to the city in 2023.
Previously held in Glasgow and Edinburgh, the festival was held at Slessor Gardens last year.
Fans were greeted by headline acts such as Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds and The Stereophonics.
Neither of the 12,000 capacity gigs sold out.
Although his boss hinted at the possibility of returning to Tayside in the future.
spokesperson said courier: “The Dundee Summer Sessions will not take place in 2023, but we look forward to returning to Dundee in the future.”
But it’s not all over for Dundee music lovers. Because huge stars are still coming to town.
Lewis Capaldi and The 1975 will be in Dundee for Radio 1’s Big Weekend.
The stars were announced in the lineup for the three-day festival.
The event will take place May 26-28 this year at Camperdown Park.
Over 80,000 fans are expected to attend the festival when it opens.
Other major stage acts include Ed Sheeran, Calvin Harris, and Youngblood.
The event is in high demand for tickets, often selling out in minutes each year.
The 1975 have said they are “looking forward” to their first outdoor concert of the year in Dundee, and Niall Horan has said he can’t wait to “see you all” at the festival.
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