LEGENDARY Scottish artist Paolo Nutini is performing his only Scottish gig for 2023 at the Royal Highland Showgrounds.

However, getting tickets is likely to prove challenging after fans from all over Scotland clamoured to secure their spots last month.

The Paisley-born musician rose to fame after the 2006 launch of his first album These Streets, which included iconic hits like Last Request and New Shoes.

With his one and only Scottish gig of the year just hours away, here is everything you need to know about the Paolo Nutini concert in Edinburgh.

When is Paolo Nutini performing in Edinburgh this August?

Paolo Nutini is playing his only Scottish gig of 2023 at the Royal Highland Showgrounds in Edinburgh on Thursday, August 31.

Doors for the anticipated show are expected to open at 5pm.

What are the age restrictions for Paolo Nutini at the Royal Highland Showgrounds in Edinburgh?

According to organisers, no fans under the age of 12 are permitted into the event with those aged 12-15 needing to be accompanied by an adult aged 21 or over.

There is a minimum of one adult per four 12-15-year-olds.

Who will be supporting Paolo Nutini during his Edinburgh show?

Paolo Nutini will be supported by popular Irish rock band Inhaler and indie outfit The Big Moon with both set to open for the Scottish star.

Are there still tickets for Paolo Nutini's Edinburgh show this August?

Tickets for Paolo Nutini have been on sale throughout August. However, the availability is now limited, according to Ticketmaster.

VIP tickets are the only ones available with these costing £121.05 each at the time of writing.

These are also likely to sell out fast, meaning fans will have to act quickly to snap these up if they want to see the star live.

How to get to the Royal Highland Showgrounds for the Paolo Nutini concert

The venue is connected to the city centre via the Ingliston tram stop which is a 10-15 minute walk from the south and east entrances.

The stop is also around 20-25 minutes from the north entrance.

Busses also run to the Royal Highland Showgrounds with the drop-off being along the A8 just outside the site.

Those driving can also park on-site but must have advance car parking tickets which can be bought on Ticketmaster.