The National:

IMAGINE a map of the UK.

Now picture the location of the iconic Glastonbury Festival.

Pretty southern, right? Like proper south-west Tory country.

It’s about as far removed from Yes city Dundee as it’s possible to get.

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So it was pretty surprising when festival-goers rocked up with their camping gear to find themselves welcomed to Camperdown Park.

The east-coast Scottish city recently hosted Radio 1’s Big Weekend – a three-day festival at the park featuring the likes of Lewis Capaldi, Jamie XX and The 1975.

The popular event came to a close at the end of May – but its fencing has since made its way down south to Somerset, where it’s now welcoming Glasto attendees.

The hoarding shows various BBC presenters and performers from across the line-up, with giant text reading “Big Weekend Dundee”.

“Didn’t realise Glastonbury was in Dundee,” joked journalist Bradley Harris as he came across the surprising graphic designs.

Even Dundee City Council stepped in – responding with the classic distracted boyfriend meme representing the city pulling focus from the huge event.

Another commenter shared an edited version of the UK map with Dundee now located in England’s south-west.

We can’t see the people of Dundee taking that change very well.