Organisers of this weekend's Kelburn Garden Festival have warned revellers of a ticket scam ahead of the big event.

A spokeperson said: "We are seeing a large uptick in scammers trying to sell fake tickets on Facebook and Instagram.

"If you are buying your ticket second hand, please only use Fanticks, Ticketline's official reselling partner:

"Fanticks has a moderation team that can verify whether a ticket listed on their website is valid. Buying on another platform, like Facebook or email, can leave you vulnerable to fake tickets.

"We want to make sure that everyone has the most amazing festival this weekend.

"Big love to all the Kelburn campers. Only two more days to go."

Around 4,000 revellers are expected at this weekend's festival - for more details, go here