Brighton and Hove's seafront bandstand will be officially opened after a major restoration project.
The historic Grade II-listed building has undergone a £950,000 renovation, which began in August last year.
Brighton and Hove Council paid for the project to return the landmark to its former glory.
Built in 1884, the ornate cast iron structure is regarded as one of the best examples of a Victorian bandstand in the country.
Councillor Geoffrey Theobald said: "The opening of the bandstand is a real cause for celebration. Local residents and visitors have been following progress on the restoration closely and it is wonderful to see it returned to its former glory.
"It is a much-loved landmark and we look forward to enjoying many more concerts there in the future."
Work included removing the bandstand's eight cast iron pillars.
The coats of paint applied over the years helped to protect the bandstand in its exposed seaside location.
The intricate decorative arches linking the pillars were also removed for restoration and a new bridge was constructed to link the bandstand once more with King's Road.
The deck of the bandstand will be used for regular concerts for the first time in decades, while the base of the building has been converted into a café.
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